Center Prodh

The Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center

Category: Press Releases

After regrettably ruling in Ayotzinapa case, the Supreme Court should definitively declare the creaton of the Investigative Commission

Victims’ Families and Organizations: Decision of Single Tribunal Threatens Truth and Justice Mexico City, July 18, 2018. – Today, the Third Unitary Tribunal of the Nineteenth Circuit, under Magistrate Sabino Pérez García and headquartered in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, published an accord, which found that “the motion for legal impossibility filed by the Attorney General’s Office is […]

Historic Ruling in the Ayotzinapa Case

  Ruling establishes the severe irregularities committed by the Attorney General’s Office and orders the creation of a Special Commission for Truth and Justice Mexico City, June 4, 2018. Today the Federal Judiciary Council released an informational memo, which announced that the First Collegiate Tribunal of the Nineteenth Circuit had issued a decision on case numbers […]

Press release: DROI Chair urges the Mexican authorities to conduct an impartial investigation into the Ayotzinapa case

Below we reproduce the press release published on March 20, 2018 by the European Parliament, available here.   DROI Chair urges the Mexican authorities to conduct an impartial investigation into the Ayotzinapa case Press Releases   Following the recent release of UN OHCHR report on Human Rights violations in the investigation of the Ayotzinapa Case, […]

Government shows intent to “administer” Ayotzinapa case for political reasons; IACHR exhorts Mexico to accept families’ proposals

* Government representatives refuse to commit to time bound measures for investigation and attention to victims * Families denounce that federal government seeks to close case due to upcoming elections Bogotá, Colombia, March 2, 2018. During this year’s first public hearing on the Special Follow-Up Mechanism (MES) established by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights […]

Center Prodh © 2014 Frontier Theme