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World Mexico: Momers of disappeared "For dignity" for ten years

10:20  11 may  2021
10:20  11 may  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Marche des mères de disparus le 10 mai, à Mexico, jour de la Fête des mères. © Reuters - Carlos Jasso Mars of Momes of disappeared on May 10, in Mexico City, Mother's Day.

In Mexico, a manifestation of Missing Mothers traveled, Monday, Mexico City Center to claim the government's more efficient actions. It was the tenth "march for national dignity" which stands every year on the occasion of Mother's Day, always celebrated on May 10 in the country.

of our correspondent in Mexico City, Emmanuelle Steels

in Mexico, disappearances are attributed to the combined action of criminal organizations and corrupted security forces. But investigations trample and the phenomenon grows. 20,000 new disappearances occurred under the chairmanship of Andrés Manuel López Obrador in two and a half years, bringing more than 83,000 the number of missing.

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For their part, they are always more numerous, the mothers of disappeared that parade May 10 in Mexico, to remember that they have "nothing to celebrate". María Delfina Castillo, who has been taking part in these manifestations for ten years, criticizes the desperate slowness and the bad will of the authorities.

"When we complained, we were told that those who disappeared were offenders. It is not possible to catalog 80,000 missing as offenders. It's really scandalous to hear that. And then we wanted to make us believe he had disappeared voluntarily, that he had gone on a trip, "she said.

"We are living themselves"

"We make them alive and punish the culprits", chant the mothers of disappeared. The passivity of the authorities pushed families to create research brigades that travel the country. María Herrera, four sons have disappeared, is one of the founders. She thought the left arrived at power would help them.

"Our hope was immense. But what sadness, what helplessness, what anger, when we see that disappearances continue and the president does nothing! "She says.

in Mexico, thousands of bodies, often found in clandestine pits, remain unidentified. For families, these people are most likely their disappeared, but no one cares about making them a name.

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US agents encounter more single adults crossing border .
LA JOYA, Texas (AP) — Parents emerge from the brush into a baseball field, carrying exhausted children. Border Patrol agents dictate orders: Families with young children in one line and unaccompanied children in another. The smallest of three lines is for single adults. The scene Tuesday night in La Joya, a town of about 4,000 people, plays out nightly in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley, presenting Joe Biden with one of the most serious challenges of his young presidency — high numbers of migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border to seek asylum. April was the second-busiest month on record for unaccompanied children encountered at the border, following March’s all-time high.

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