dorset chiapas solidarity

September 15, 2016

Alejandro Diaz Santiz Reiterates His Demand for Freedom

Filed under: Human rights, Indigenous, Uncategorized — Tags: , — dorsetchiapassolidarity @ 7:55 am

 

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Alejandro Diaz Santiz Reiterates His Demand for Freedom

 

alePilgrimage of Highland Catholics, San Cristobal de Las Casas, September 2016 (@SIPAZ)

 

Alejandro Diaz Santiz, the indigenous Tsotsil prisoner held in the CEFERESO No. 15, Villa de Comatitlan near Tapachula, Chiapas, has again demanded his freedom. In the last letter he wrote, the adherent to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle of the EZLN denounced that he is the only sympathizer of the Voice of Amate not released on July 4, 2013, allegedly because his case had not occurred in the state of Chiapas but in Veracruz. “The bad governors that exist in our country and states live in pure lies only making promises of support that they never keep, especially Governor Manuel Velasco Coello,” Alejandro in his letter. He alleged that the state governor, Manuel Velasco Coello, pledged to see to his case and to seek his freedom with the Veracruz authorities more than three years ago but “to date has not achieved anything.”

On another note, Alejandro asked President Enrique Peña Nieto “to urge the Governor of Veracruz for my freedom that has been stolen for more than 17 years paying for a crime that I never committed.” Finally, he invited all national and international independent organizations to continue to demand justice and freedom for political prisoners and prisoners of conscience throughout the world.

 

Posted by Dorset Chiapas Solidarity on 15/09/2016

 

https://sipazen.wordpress.com/2016/09/12/chiapas-alejandro-diaz-santiz-reiterates-his-demand-for-freedom/

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