Demonstrators march from Tjuana to Mexicali to protest against impunity

Demonstrators march from Tjuana to Mexicali to protest against impunity

Aug 11, 2017

A caravan of 15 people is marching from Tijuana to Mexicali, protesters carry a cross with a list of preliminary inquiries into events in which different people had been victims without any investigation follow up whatsoever.

The demonstration aims to highlight the impunity that is on the rise, and to claim for justice for all the victims of different crimes, from simple robberies to physical assaults.

The group took off from Tijuana’s Cathedral, they walked to Avenida Revolución, down Seventh Street in direction to the State Police facilities, then to the Municipal Palace building, the Government Center and from there they will go continue walking all the way to the state capital, Mexicali.

According to Daniel Alcaráz, student, demonstrators join the march in order to protest, because no matter the color, age, social level or political party, the lack of results is evident.

Source: https://www.lavozdelafrontera.com.mx/

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