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Fri Sep 8 2006 (Updated 12/10/06)
La resistencia Oaxaqueñ@ frente a la represion
Quinta MegaMarcha fotos y slideshow: Por un Oaxaca Mejor
El primero de Septiembre de 2006, Oaxaca's Quinto MegaMarcha empezó en la comunidad de San Felipe y terminó en el zócalo en el centro de la Ciudad de Oaxaca. Cientos de millares de personas forraron las calles y marcharon para demandar la salida inmediata de Ulises Ruiz Ortiz (URO), la liberación de presos politicos, la cancelación de 70 autorizaciones de arresto del gobierno para personas implicadas en Asamblea Popular del Pueblo de Oaxaca (APPO), un movimiento sin lideres, y el deseo para un gobierno popular.

San Felipe era el pueblo de José Jiménez Colmenares, un mecanico casado con una maestra, que era el disparo en la calle al tomar parte en una marcha organizó por APPO en el 10 de Agosto. imc_video.gif Lee más y ver fotos con slideshow

ver tambien: Fotos y un slideshow de la Ciudad de Oaxaca: Un Pueblo Unido Avanza Sin Partidos
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