The governor of Jalisco returned to the controversy after during a demonstration of women, who demand the search for their missing children, he ruled that if he was shouted at, he would withdraw from the site, which finally happened.
It was in the vicinity of the Government Palace that a group of women, with banners with the faces and data of their disappeared, protested before the arrival of the head of the state Executive. “Don’t be indifferent, they are taking our children, in front of the people!” Was the slogan of the protesters when the governor approached. “I’m here, if they yell at me, I’ll go,” was the response of the official who, at the insistence of the complainants, withdrew to stop steps forward.
In the video that circulates on social networks, it is also observed that one of the governor’s companions, with his hand, tries to calm the protesting citizens, without achieving his objective.
The president of the State of Jalisco walked a few steps while sentencing: “I came to talk and they are yelling at me.” “No, he doesn’t come to talk, ever!”, a dissatisfied will review. Seconds later, the woman insists on her demand: “You have money for advertising; look for my son!” The governor assured: “I look for everyone’s children, always.”
After the confrontation, a man from the Luz de Esperanza Collective explained the shortcomings of the work groups that have been set up to search for the disappeared, assuring that everything is “a simulation by the authorities.” “We have found thousands and we are going to continue looking for the thousands that are missing,” said the governor. “What thousands, what are you talking about?” Refuted a woman.
The head of the state Executive concluded that he will be in charge of reactivating the work table. “We are working on that,” he asserted. He promised to receive the group on Wednesday because tomorrow he travels to Mexico City (CDMX). “I understand his pain, I am always at his orders,” he finished.
Faced with a question from a reporter covering the article, the governor was blunt: “No, no, not from the newspaper, no!”