thousands of people marched in protest against a law proposed national security, but the violent war against drugs beyond the borders of Mexico
Paseo de la Reforma, one of the most emblematic streets of Mexico City and the house parties and events frequent, was invaded on Sunday with about 5,000 people yelling for peace. As the crowd made its way to the residence of the President and the Senate, the middle class men and women mingled with street vendors selling everything from tamales to the cap. The event, opposing a law that legally sanctioned militarization President Felipe Calderon of the war against drugs was conducted by the Mexican poet, Javier Sicilia prominent militant.
earlier this year, 24-year-old son of Sicily was tortured, tied up and killed by members of a Mexican drug cartel. His body, with six others, was found in a car in the city of Cuernavaca - a chapter in a war that threatens the viability of governance in Mexico. President Calderón expressed his condolences Sicily, probably due to the high profile of the poet, and assured him that justice is served.
These are empty words of Sicily. "For us mother!" (We had), he said. Sicily demanded that if President Calderon was unable to guarantee peace and security they should resign and let someone more capable of governing the country devastated by war.
inspired by Gandhi's teachings on nonviolence, organized a civic movement that focuses on violence to the civilian when it comes to the war on drugs. His initiative, the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity, now has fans in 12 countries. The movement led a broad spread of violence caravans over a large part of Mexico in June
The poet has a long and difficult in advance if it is to accumulate enough influence in Congress. Presidential campaign officially begins in October and the candidates take a hard line against organized crime, fearing otherwise perceived as weak by a frightened electorate. Candidates, however, also realize that flirts with what many perceive as a "state of siege" law to alienate many voters. It is a catch-22 for the politicians who govern a country that has lost more than 40 000 people in the war against drugs during the term of President Calderon.
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