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Alianza de Medios MX condemns killing of two journalists

Less than a week after raising voices for the murder of Sinalon journalist Luis Enrique Ramirez, today We mourn the…

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Less than a week after raising voices for the murder of Sinalon journalist Luis Enrique Ramirez, today We mourn the crime of communicators Yesenia Molinedo, Director of Portal El Veraz and reporter Johanna GarcíaIn Veracruz, he opened fire in the Cerro Alto neighborhood between the border of Cosolacac and Minatitlán.

with this The dark figure of communicators has increased to 11 so far this year, which is unacceptable in a country that believes there is a strong rule of law. direct attack on our comrades must be seriously investigated and prosecuted by the responsible, material and intellectual, justice, In this or in any other case, there cannot be immunity.

We are concerned that Veracruz has become the epicenter of attacks on journalists, which in itself is an indicator of unit-wide decomposition. This region, along with the states of Guerrero, Michoacán and Tamaulipas, already They are areas of silence, where the press is forced to remain silent.Instead of fulfilling its social function of providing information.

The attack on every journalist represents an attack on freedom of expression and the press, which in turn are the pillars of a free and democratic society. Mexico does not deserve this fate and we have to help society and government together and forever end this cycle of death.

Read more: For journalists killed, collective “Ni Uno Mas” calls for demonstrations in Michoacan

A minute’s silence in Tijuana, Baja California for Lourdes Maldonado and Margarito Martinez; Heber López Cruz, in Salina Cruz, Oaxaca; Juan Carlos Muniz, in Fresnillo, Zacatecas; Jorge Camaro in Zazueta, Empalme, Sonora; Roberto Toledo, in Zitacuaro, Michoacán; in Jose Luis Gamboa, Veracruz, Veracruz; Armando Linares, in Zitacuaro, Michoacán; Luis Enrique Ramirez, in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Yesenia Molinedo and Johanna García, in Cosolacac, Veracruz.

Cruz Azul, the workers of the Hidalgo plant will protect their source of employment with their lives