Gabriel Boricpresident of Chile, described the number of femicides that occur daily in Mexico as “brutal”, after PAN senators displayed banners alluding to the insecurity crisis in the country in their seats.
“I see in their desks -seats- not a political issue but a transversal one with the phrase ‘we are missing them’ and I imagine it has to do with femicides, 11 women murdered every day here in Mexico, brutal. Let’s not naturalize this type of violence, we have to fight it together”he expressed.
On the other hand, in his speech before the plenary session of the Senate, Boric urged the Mexican senators to deepen democracy, “because in Chile we say it with great pride: when we have coexistence problems, when we have differences between the different political sectors, we will always solve the problems of our country with more democracy and not with less “.
Before the plenary session of the Senate and the applause of opposition senators for his speech and who reminded him with banners and slogans of the president’s proposal Lopez Obrador to disappear the INEreplied: “it is not for me to get involved in internal politics.”
“We cannot look the other way before the political prisoners of Nicaragua,” he stressed amid an ovation from opposition legislators and moments after senators from the Plural Group showed a large banner with the legend: “Boric does not protect murderers in Nicaragua like AMLO “.
‼️EXTRA‼️ In the grandstand of the @senadomexicano President of Chile, @gabrielboric warns that AL cannot turn the other way before the political prisoners of Nicaragua; describes the death of 11 women a day as “brutal” and says that the problems of a nation are solved with democracy pic.twitter.com/XUC1kPKkEg
— Leti RoblesdelaRosa (@letroblesrosa)
November 24, 2022
“We cannot look the other way in the face of the crisis that is taking place in Haiti,” said the young president and former Chilean student leader, who thanked the Mexican people for their solidarity with the exiles in their country after the military coup against Salvador Allende.
“We cannot look to the side when human rights are violated in any Latin American country,” he insisted and clarified: “Here I do not come here to teach, in our country we also recently suffered human rights violations and we know that here in Mexico they have also suffered very hard”.
He also said that in Chile “We have learned that when human rights are violated in Latin America one cannot remain silent”.
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