Protest to end violence in Mexico

Julián Lebarón exhorted Mexicans to take part in a campaign to put an end to violence in Mexico during a rally in the capital. Accompanying him were Javier Sicilia and Emilio Alvarez Icaza. Mexico City. 14th August 2011. 

Julián Lebarón exhorted the Mexicans to change the speech and to take part to finish with the violence in Mexico, since the politicians will not do it. Accompanied by the leader of the Movement for the Peace with dignity and Justice, Javier Sicilia and the activist of human rights, Emilio Álvarez Icaza during his speech out of the residence presidency of the Mexican Government.


Javier Sicilia informed that it will be resumed talked with the deputies and senators with regard to the judicial politics and anticrime applied by the federal government as the National Law of Public Security that is rejected by social and civil organizations due to the fact that it puts in risk the human and constitutional rights of the population.


Le Mouvement par la Paix avec la Justice et la Dignité a réalisé une marche avec sortie du Musée National d’Anthropologie vers l’appartement de fonction du gouvernement mexicain, Les Pins, où les activistes Javier Sicilia, Julián Lebarón et Emilio Álvarez Icaza ont réalisé un meeting pour livrer un document à un gouvernement mexicain pour par la suite se diriger vers le siège du Sénat du Mexique où un meeting a été effectué avec parents des victimes de la Guerre contre le Trafic de stupéfiants qu’il applique des autorités fédérales avec un solde jusqu’au moment de plus de 40 mille morts et milliers de disparus.





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I'm an activist and advocate for human rights and the establishment of penalties to the simulators and inconsistent. My fight is for respect for universal rights and freedoms. Journalist various print and electronic media in several countries. Independent research analyst of social risks in unions, political, corporate and institutional image. Four books published and three in electronic version. Live one day at a time, even on payments, sometimes alive yesterday. Modest income is the price of freedom.
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