Guerrero/National: Nestora Salgado continues imprisoned and announces hunger-strike for Ayotzinapa

Nestora Salgado @Sanjuana Martínez, La JornadaNestora Salgado @Sanjuana Martínez, La Jornada

Nestora Salgado, the leader of the communal police in Guerrero who has been imprisoned since August 2013 and was transferred to the Tepepan prison on 29 May, announced that starting on 26 August she will begin a hunger strike lasting 43 days in length to express her solidarity with the disappeared students from Ayotzinapa. “This is a struggle for justice and respect toward the communal police who have not done more than the labor which the State has not been willing to guarantee: that is to say, our security.”

Two years after her imprisonment, Nestora Salgado calls on the citizenry to join the cause of liberty for political prisoners and the presentation with life of the disappeared.

For more information (in Spanish):

Nestora iniciará ayuno en solidaridad con padres de Ayotzinapa (Zócalo Saltillo, el 27 de agosto de 2015)

Javier Sicilia visita a Nestora Salgado; la activista anuncia ayuno por Ayotzinapa (Aristegui Noticias, el 27 de agosto de 2015)

Por Isabel Miranda sigo en la cárcel, afirma Nestora Salgado (La Jornada, el 9 de agosto de 2015)

For more information from SIPAZ (in English):

Guerrero: Nestora Salgado, newly accused (29 June 2015)

Guerrero/National: Nestora Salgado is transferred to a Mexico City prison (10 June 2015)

Guerrero: Still on hunger strike, Nestora Salgado continues to hope for transfer as her health declines (9 June 2015)

Guerrero: political prisoner Nestora Salgado, coordinator of the Communal Police of Olinalá, begins hunger strike (16 May 2015)

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