Chiapas Support Committee

Category: Counterinsurgency


Santa María Ostula, mining and organized crime

By: Luis Hernández Navarro On the Michoacán coast, the territory and natural resources of Santa María de Ostula community are in dispute. It’s literally a struggle for life and death in which the comuneros defend their land and their habitat…

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CNI-CIG Denunciation regarding the harassment of CNI Chiapas compañeros

March 7, 2020 To the People of Mexico: To the Networks of Resistance and Rebellion: To the National and International Sexta: To the Communications Media: To the Human Rights Organisms: To the Organizations in Defense of Territory and Mother Earth:…

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STATEMENT ON THE KIDNAPPING OF CNI MEMBERS IN CHILÓN, CHIAPAS

STATEMENT ON THE KIDNAPPING OF CNI MEMBERS IN CHILÓN, CHIAPAS, FOR THEIR PARTICIPATION IN THE DAYS OF ”WE ARE ALL SAMIR” February 26 2020 To the people of México: To the networks of resistance and rebellion: To the National and…

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190 people flee after armed attack in Chilón, Chiapas

By: Elio Henríquez San Cristóbal De Las Casas, Chiapas Around 40 families (190 people) were forcibly displaced from the San Antonio Patbaxil community, municipality of Chilón, because they were “attacked by armed subjects,” the Indigenous Rights Center (Cediac) and Fray…

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What is the gringos’ interest in Sonora: drugs or lithium?

By: Zosimo Camacho Will the United States soon stay on the sidelines of the world’s largest exploitation of lithium? Even when this deposit is a few kilometers beyond its southern border? Today, the largest lithium deposit on the planet in…

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Militarization in Mexico Advances with a Red Zone in the South-Southeast

By: Eugenia Lopez Translated by El Enemigo Común Militarism in Mexico is increasing. President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador, along with the commander of the National Guard Luis Ramirez Bucio, at an August 13th press conference shared a document titled “The…

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They demand breaking up the armed groups in Chenalhó

By: Isaín Mandujano From this community in the Chiapas Highlands, indigenous people from a dozen communities that experienced a massive displacement in 2017, today asked the state and federal government to break up the civilian armed groups that operate in…

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The Mexican government apologizes to indigenous women raped by the Army in 1994

 “THEY PUNISHED US TO PUNISH ZAPATISMO” By: Angeles Mariscal The soldiers recognized them, when on June 4, 1994, Ana, Beatriz and Cecilia González Pérez and their mother Delia Pérez attempted to cross the checkpoint that the Mexican Army put up…

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Conflict grows in Chiapas over sociopolitical fights and insecurity

By: Hermann Bellinghausen San Cristóbal De Las Casas, Chiapas Municipal presidencies closed or looted, municipal councils (substitutes for the elected government) in localities where some significant political assassination has occurred (Oxchuc, Amatán, Arriaga, Chalchihuitán) and there is a dispute for…

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They broke the siege and extended their autonomous territory!

 By: Gilberto López y Rivas On August 17, 2019, the insurgent subcomandante Moisés, spokesman of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN), published a historic communique in which this organization is accountable to the CNI-CIG, its spokeswoman, organizations, collective groups…

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