There is already a “new name” for the old La Palma Roundabout, is located on the Paseo de la Reforma, and “The Missing Affair”At least it is so for mothers and relatives of missing persons Who recently changed the name of the iconic roundabout in the nation’s capital to demand respect and the absence of their loved ones.
This comes two weeks after a palm tree over 100 years old was removed from the Glorieta de la Palma because of a plague that experts could not attack and which declared at the end of the vote ahuhute To be the new resident of the gazebo as the winner of the same.
“Let’s walk through the Glorietta of those who disappeared in Mexico City. There, where Palm died, may the life and memory of those who have been taken from us be born. No more oblivion, punishment and silence. Until we find them!” Guadalupe insisted. Perez.
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They ask Sheinbaum to respect the crossroads of the cowboy
Around May 10, Mother’s Day, several groups made up mainly of mothers in search of their sons and daughters put up signs, cardboard, blankets, tarpaulins and various signs with claims against the authorities.
They also put up pictures and names of their loved ones and other missing people, while asking that the space vacated by removing a palm tree damaged by a fungal plague be dedicated. search for victims,
Among the demands of those meeting in Glorieta de la Palma, his specific request comes to the fore so that the Mexico City official in charge, Claudia Sheinbaum, refrain from removing the images and signs he had placed there.
“The relatives of the disappeared persons from different parts of the country ask Claudia Sheinbaum to honor the acquisition of the Crossroads of the Disappeared. The faces and names of our people must remain in this crossroads.” asked George Verastegui.
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César Contreras, a human rights activist and promoter of the search for missing persons, believed that the public spaces of the Paseo de la Reforma would continue to be occupied by victims, questioning and harassing authorities to demand justice.