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London: in front of the Mexican Embassy in London

Call for emergency protests in front of all Mexican Embassies An International call has been made to demonstrate against the repression to the OAXACA workers and its population by the army. Please circulate it and try to attend. Meeting point: Monday 30th October, at 5pm in front of the Mexican Embassy in London (please see […]

Left Voice

October 29, 2006
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Call for emergency protests in front of all Mexican Embassies

An International call has been made to demonstrate against the repression to the OAXACA workers and its population by the army.

Please circulate it and try to attend.

Meeting point: Monday 30th October, at 5pm in front of the Mexican Embassy in London (please see below for address of the Mexican Embassy).


INTERNATIONAL CALL

“YOUR ACTION CAN AVOIDED THE REPRESSION”

PACIFIC MOBILIZATIONS IN FRONT of MEXICAN EMBASSIES AND CONSULATES

Against the violent solution provided by the government of Ulises Ruiz Ortiz and the federal government of Vicente Fox, who are sending the Armed Forces with the objective to put down the popular movement that demands the resignation of the governor Ruiz.

Mexican Embassy to the United Kingdom
16 St. George Street
Hanover Sq.
London W1S 1LX

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