April 20, 2021

López Obrador signs decree to create truth commission on Ayotzinapa

López Obrador signs decree to create truth commission on Ayotzinapa



The new president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, today signed his first presidential decree for the installation of a Truth Commission to investigate the case of the 43 students of the Ayotzinapa School who disappeared in 2014.

The body must be installed within a period of "no more than 30 business days" and will be made up of relatives of the young people, representatives of the Ministries of the Interior, Treasury and Foreign Affairs, and technicians who will be part of a self-employed team, said the undersecretary. of Human Rights, Alejandro Encinas, since the new government tries thus to go beyond the official version presented by the previous Executive, of Enrique Peña Nieto, and that has been dismantled by international experts.

According to this version, the youths were arrested by corrupt police officers on September 26, 2014 in the municipality of Iguala and handed over to members of a criminal group that murdered them and incinerated them in a garbage dump.

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