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Justice for Ayotzinapa-Chicago Committee

The people’s movement in Mexico has called upon the  people in Mexico and throughout the world to commemorate the 2nd year anniversary of President Pena Nieto’s regime by demanding his resignation and impeachment as President of Mexico. So as the “northern-most city in Mexico,” we the Mexicanos in Chicago will deliver our manifesto to the Consul drawn up by the Justice in Ayotzinapa-Chicago committee and invite the press to join us. This conference will be bilingual English-Spanish. This action is being done in coordination with the Comite Nacional Ayotzinapa.
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