“Los Solidarios de la Voz del Amate” Demand the Return of Alejandro Díaz Santis to CERSS Number 5 (Chiapas, Mexico)

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We demand the return of Alejandro Díaz Santis!Click To TweetThis communique comes from Los Solidarios de la Voz del Amate, an imprisoned Indigenous organizing group in Chiapas, Mexico. The communique demands the return of compañero Alejando Díaz Santis back to CERSS Number 5 after his recent transfer to the Federal Penitentiary in Villa Comaltitlán, Chiapas. The original in Spanish was published by the Working Group No Estamos Todxs and can be found here.

To the Public

To the Independent Organizations

To the State, National, International and Alternative Media

To the Zapatista Army of National Liberation

To the National Indigenous Congress

To the SIxth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle

To the Non-governmental Defenders of Human Rights

Indigenous prisoners “Los Solidarios de la Voz del Amate”, adherents of the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle of the EZLN, being held in Cereso Number 5, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas.

We demand the prompt return of our compañero Alejando Díaz Santis who was transferred on November 14th for defending his right and defending the rights of his incarcerated compañeros. We thus make this public denunciation against Candelaria Jimenez Jimenez, the director of this prison. We know very well that she made this transfer happen. For this, we want a change in the director of the prison. The crime for which our compañero has been charged is not a federal crime. We thus want them to take this into account. At the same time, we demand the governor-elect to return to us our freedom for which they have robbed from us for many years.

On the other hand, we invite the independent organizations to continue demanding true justice and freedom to all political and conscious prisoners of the entire world.

Together we will win true justice.

Diego López Méndez

Mariano Perez Velasco

Together with the other compañeros

Martín Gómez López

Mariano Gómez López

Mario Díaz Rodríguez

Juan Castello Gomez

Felipe Díaz Méndez

November 15th, 2018

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