Mexico City / 07.29.2021 23:38:35
The Network for the Rights of the Child in Mexico (Redim) expressed its rejection “for the enormous debt maintained by the justice system and the authorities in the search for truth and reparation “to children and adolescents victims of pedophilia, human trafficking and sexual abuse.
The foregoing, after the alleged legal decisions that protect the aggressors in Mexico while the rights of children and their defenders are violated.
In the case of Lydia Cacho, Redim asserted his strongest condemnation of the fact that the Third Collegiate Court of Quintana Roo granted an amparo to Kamel Nacif to free him from responsibility for his alleged participation in a trafficking network, denounced by the journalist in her book The Demons of Eden: The Power of Child Pornography.
Regarding the violation of deputy Saul Huerta, accused of sexual abuse of a 15-year-old adolescent, the Network in favor of childhood rejected the various attempts from Congress to delay its discussion.
“The Huerta case has been linked to another violation, despite the fact that the causes of criminal origin are absolutely different,” he said.
They also regretted that in both cases, as they considered, impunity prevails to the detriment of child victims, to whom access to justice must be guaranteed.
They called on the Mexican State and the authorities to guarantee the principle of the best interests of children, provide them access to justice and to stop protecting aggressors or abusers and eradicate the delay in repairing the victims.
“We also call on Mexican society to raise its voice of energetic social rejection of pedophiles and accomplices,” they added.