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    Posted July 4, 2012 by
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    Hooded individual terrorize students outside the headquarters of the voters institute in Mexico City

     

    Mexico City, July 3rd , 2012.

    Approximately 30 individuals showed up during the pacific manifestation convoked by #YoSoy132 at the headquarters of IFE (The federal election institute), they formed a human wall and expressed their purpose “nobody enters nobody leaves”.

    This action caused surprise and nuisance among the students who have sited themselves in front of the gates of the institution a little before 2 :00 P.M.

    Yelling “no violence”, “and we are students not porros”( porro= fascist mercenaries) the students who responded to the call of #Yo Soy #132 retreated to avoid confrontation.

    These treating individuals created a human wall and prevented the access to IFE premises, most of them are wearing hoods to disguise their identity.

    According to La Jornada, the tension loosened after a few minutes, and the manifestants are currently continuing with their claims against Enrique Pena Nieto and IFE.

    According to the community of Facebook Mexico, several people related to some of the manisfestants have expressed their concern about their friends and/or children, they have added cries for help, asking the community to share this new across the social network to create media pressure and try to spare lives.

    Esme 4 Mexico

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