The Undersecretary of the Interior, Alejandro Encinas Rodríguez, anticipated that he will seek, under the principle of maximum publicity, that the Judicial Power of the Federation allows disclose the names of the 46 public and military servants that they have an arrest warrant for the disappearance and murder of the 43 normalista students from Ayotzinapa.
“I anticipate what your answer will be: ‘No,’ but we are going to defend the principle of maximum publicity, because in terms of human rights it is a principle that must prevail,” said the official in La Mañanera de López Obrador from the National Palace. .
Encinas Rodríguez recalled that the Commission for Access to Truth and Justice in the Ayotzinapa Case does not have the functions of a public ministry, but rather the search for justice and non-repetition to which the victims are entitled.
Likewise, Alejandro Encinas shared that the names of those involved were made known to the parents of the normalistas, but due to due process they were tested in the report presented by the Truth Commission.
On the other hand, he called on the mothers and fathers of the normalistas to trust in the investigation that the Government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is carrying out, and that on Monday, on the commemoration of the eighth anniversary of the disappearance of the normalistas, no fall for provocations.
“We call on avoid these provocative acts, both the Federal Government and the government of Mexico CityWe have pointed this out and we will always uphold respect for freedoms and human rights, but also for the security and integrity of people,” he said.
Encinas separated the parents of the normalistas from the acts of vandalism registered yesterday at the headquarters of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR), as it was a small group that carried out the violent acts, as well as at the headquarters of the Israeli embassy in Mexico.
Noting that it is “a political matter and a state matter,” President López Obrador instructed Alejandro Encinas this Friday morning to speak with the Judiciary so that they can release the names of all those involved in the Ayotzinapa case and do not remain tested, as they currently are by due process.
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