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    Posted September 17, 2013 by
    chuchoreyes1
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    XALAPA, VERACRUZ, Mexico

    MARCHA DIGNIDAD MAGISTERIAL VERACRUZ

     
    AROUND 10,000 PEOPLE SHOWED A DEMONSTRATION AGAINST THE REFORMA EDUCATIVA ISSUED BY ENRIQUE PEÑA NIETO. Teacher´s Unions, from all around the state of Veracruz, Students of the five "Escuelas Normales" from the State; students and teacher of the Universidad veracruzana, family parents, and civil sympathizers, made a parade from the Escuela Normal Veracruzana to the Palacio Legislativo del Estado de Veracruz. Aginst the Ley del Servicio Profesional Docente, Ley del Instituto Nacional de la Evaluación Educativa, y la Ley General de Educación. This demonstration is also to show the public opinion about the brutal represive actions the state government did aginst the students and teachers that were in a "guardia" in the civic "Plaza Lerdo", were, police and disguised people beated and put electric shocks with electric weapons to discharge against civils. The laws issed by Enrique Peña Nieto are clearly rejected by the "magisterio" as their laboral rights have been affected: 1. Lost of earned rights years of service.
    2. They could be fired, if they reject to do the evaluation. 3. This evaluation is merely of memory, rather than cognitive and reasoning assessment. 4. Any individual juridic issue form any of the teachers affected will be dropped by the authorities. Teachers claim that this is not a educative reform, it´s rather, a labour and administrative, punitive law.

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