Chiapas: Threat to displace residents of Bachajón

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Residents and ejidal authorities of San Sebastián Bachajón who adhere to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandona Jungle have denounced threats of displacement resulting from a dispute over a gravel supply in the Nah Chawuk community, which previously had been used “for the good of the people”; now it is desired as the sole property of an officialist group from the same ejido.  The Tseltal indigenous people have accused the ejidal commissioner, Alejandro Moreno Gómez, and the head of the Security Council, Samuel Díaz Guzmán, of leading the antagonistic group to engage in the “violent displacement at any time of our gravel supply.”  In accordance with the 3 November denunciation, the officialist group seeks to involve the government in the displacement operation of Zapatista sympathizers, “claiming that the gravel supply which is already controlled by the bad government, but these are pure lies of the official ejidal authorities: to date the police has not even arrived.”

For more information (in Spanish):

 Amenaza de desalojo contra habitantes de Bachajón, por un banco de arena (Chiapas Paralelo, 5 de noviembre de 2013)

Ejido San Sebastian Bachajón denuncia riesgo de desalojo del banco de arena Nah Chawuk (Chiapas Denuncia, 3 de noviembre de 2013)

For more information from SIPAZ (in English):

Chiapas: Close of Global Campaign “Juan Vázquez Lives, the Struggle Continues!” (20 July 2013)

Chiapas: Ejidatarios recall Juan Vázquez Guzmán, murdered in April (19 July 2013)

Chiapas: Week for Global Action: “Juan Vázquez Guzmán Lives, the Struggle of Bachajón Continues!” (7 June 2013)

Chiapas: ejidatario adherent to the Sixth Declaration murdered by gunfire in San Sebastián Bachajón (29 April 2013)

 

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