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, Ataque armado
, Junta de Buen Gobierno
, Tierra y Territorio
, Gobierno de Chiapas
According to new information released by the Council of Good Government (JBG) "new seed that will produce", based in the community of Roberto Barrios, official municipality of Palenque, there has been an intensification of attacks, threats and harassment of the support bases of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (BAEZLN), which could end with an imminent displacement of the autonomous community of San Patricio, in the Rebel Zapatista Autonomous Municipality of La Dignidad, official municipality of Sabanilla in the northern zone of Chiapas.
According to information received by members of the Centre for Human Rights, through the Council of Good Government (JBG) "New seed that will produce" based in the community of Roberto Barrios, official municipality of Palenque, there is an imminent threat of various acts of harassment, threats and possible forced displacement of the inhabitants of the autonomous community of San Patricio, autonomous municipality La Dignidad, official municipality Sabanilla in the Northern Zone of Chiapas.
Human Rights Center Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas (Frayba) expresses concern about the risk to the liberty, personal integrity and safety of *Jorge Luis MENDOZA TORRES, María Luisa TORRES MENDOZA, Rosario POTENCIANO DAMIÁN (father of David)* , relatives of the youth *David POTENCIANO TORRES *(hereinafter David Potenciano), 21-year-old survivor of torture and confinement in the State Center for Social Reinsertion of Sentenced Prisoners No. 14, El Amate
(CERSS No. 14, El Amate) in Cintalapa, Chiapas.
We share here new information as a follow-up to Urgent Action 01, which this Human Rights Center (Frayba) published this past February 2nd with respect to the arbitrary detention of 117 indigenous tseltal individuals who are ejidatarios [communal landholders] and adherents to La Otra Campaña [The Other Campaign] from San Sebastián Bachajón, in the municipality of Chilón.