Chiapas Support Committee

Category: Huexca thermoelectric plant


Zapata’s grandchildren reinforce the struggle against the thermoelectric plant

By: Gloria Muñoz Ramírez The consultation imposed by the federal Executive to start up the Huexca, Morelos thermoelectric plant, which forms part of the Morelos Integral Plan, the Nahua population responds with information caravans about the real dangers that the…

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Provocations, infamy, apologies

[Admin: The EZLN and the CNI-CIG are focusing their joint resistances on the Morelos Integral Project (PIM). This article begins to explain why: Resistances to the PIM could be repeated with the Maya Train, the Tehuantepec dry canal (aka Trans-Isthmus…

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CNI-CIG-EZLN: A Call to Days of Struggle

  CONVOCATION OF THE DAYS OF STRUGGLE “ZAPATA LIVES, SAMIR LIVES, THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES” 100 YEARS AFTER THE ASSASSINATION OF GENERAL EMILIANO ZAPATA SALAZAR Considering that the neoliberal regime killed our brother Samir Flores Soberanes; we don’t know if it…

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The peoples will continue in struggle against the Morelos Integral Project

[This struggle in the Mexican state of Morelos has become the CNI’s (National Indigenous Congress’) focal point for resistance to the government’s megaprojects.] By: Gilberto Lopez y Rivas Manipulated consultations, marked by a political crime, like the one that took…

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I prefer life

By: Juan Carlos Flores Solís * After nine years of the peoples of the Popocatépetl Volcano saying no to the Morelos Integral Project (Proyecto Integral Morelos, PIM), of experiencing incarcerations, judicial persecutions, torture, defamation, militarization, community radio closings, division of…

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CNI-CIG-EZLN Statement: SAMIR LIVES, THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES!

STATEMENT OF THE THIRD NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF THE NATIONAL INDIGENOUS CONGRESS, THE INDIGENOUS GOVERNMENT COUNCIL AND THE EZLN To the peoples of the world To the organizations and collectives in resistance and rebellion To the networks of resistance and rebellion…

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The National Indigenous Congress: balances and challenges

By: Magdalena Gómez Last weekend the third assembly of the National Indigenous Congress and the Indigenous Government Council (CNI-CIG) was held in Mexico City with 288 participants, among delegates, councilors and invitees, to carry out an evaluation of the peoples…

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Statement of the CNI-CIG-EZLN on the murder of compañero Samir Flores Soberanes

To the people of Mexico and the people of the world To the networks in support of the CIG To the networks of resistance and rebellion To the National and International Sixth To the communications media We denounce with pain…

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National Indigenous Congress: this government deepens neoliberal policies

By: Carolina Gómez Mena “What we are seeing with this new government is the continuation of neoliberal policies,” but it’s also the “deepening,” [of those projects] based “on the support, on the consensus that the president (Andrés Manuel López Obrador)…

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