Guadalajara / 07.17.2021 21:56:23
Protests continue for the Jalisco Ministry of Education to drop the charges it imposed on 10 protesters who demanded justice for minors who were victims of child sexual abuse by three of their third-grade classmates from the Marco Antonio Montes de Oca elementary school in Zapopan.
The charges are for damage to things and gang activity, the amount to be paid is 200 thousand pesos and must be paid in six months.
This Saturday a group of women closed Juarez Avenue at the height of the Red Park and installed a bazaar on the road to highlight the economic violence to which the protesters are exposed.
Within their written and expressed slogans, they say they do not agree with the criminalization to which the protesters were linked on July 9, and that on Monday, July 12, the state governor Enrique Alfaro Ramírez affirmed, referring that it was a act of vandalism.
The protesters gathered shared that they were preparing a meeting for this Monday, July 19, outside the Jalisco home where the protests will continue.