After the boycott denounced by authorities from the University of Guadalajara, due to the fact that, supposedly, elements of the Road Police prevented the entry of UdeG trucks to Guadalajara, students from the University Center of Tlajomulco did what they could to join the mega-march.
“We came as best we could. They gave us a ride in vans like they went to the train and others in their cars, but not all of us arrived, most of them stayed”denounced two students from the Tlajomulco University Center.
They stated that although they were all ready to get on the trucks, they never arrived.
“They told us that the governor did not let them arrive and we left. We are about 1,600 students and we arrived (to Plaza Liberación) about 200. The rest stayed with the high school students because the directors are going to give a message there and they are going to show up,” they added.
The so-called UdeG mega-march started from five points in the city, where students from foreign centers were contemplated, however, the vice-chancellor, Héctor Raúl Solis, reported this morning that trucks were prevented from reaching schools from the south of the Guadalajara Metropolitan Area (ZMG) to transfer them to the concentration in Plaza Liberación del Centro Guadalajara.
However, the rector of the university, Ricardo Villanueva, stressed that “despite the fact that they spoke to carriers so that the trucks would not arrive, to prevent them from coming, it was possible: 103,000 people left the schools.”