Línea Abierta : MEXICO EDITION.
- Title: MEXICO EDITION.
- Guest: Reynaldo Aguilera.
- Additional Guests: Javier Sicilia, Gabino Gómez, Irineo Mújica Arzate.
- Host: Martha Elena Ramírez
- Date: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2011
- Description: MEXICO EDITION. After 11 days of traveling through Southeastern Mexico, the Caravan of the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity arrived in Mexico City’s main square or Zócalo.
- Genre: News
- Location: Mexico City
- Program Number: 6495
- Producer: Samuel Orozco
- Progam Number: 6495
- Publisher: Radio Bilingüe
- Rights: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License
- Subject: Politics
- Year: 2011
- Program Name: la_110923.mp3
- Length: 59:01 minutes (54.04 MB)
- Format: Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
MEXICO EDITION. After 11 days of traveling through Southeastern Mexico, the Caravan of the Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity arrived in Mexico City’s main square or Zócalo. Poet Javier Sicilia reported that the levels of insecurity in Guerrero and Veracruz are similar to those in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua. Meanwhile, in Parras, Coahuila, workers from the denim factory La Estrella report that after 79 days of strike, the owners could declare bankruptcy and opt to pay the 400 workers. The owner renewed the equipment, acquiring 86 latest model looms, and he wants to rehire the staff, but without the benefits that were achieved over 89 years, since the factory was founded. In other news, a human rights activist denounces that the Mexican government is still not giving temporary visas to Central American migrants who risk their lives crossing the country. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts Voz Pública from Mexico City.
Guests: Reynaldo Aguilera, Secretary General, Sindicato de Obreros Progresistas de La Estrella (SOPE), Parras de la Fuente, Coahuila; Javier Sicilia, poet and writer, leader of Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity, Mexico City, Mexico; Gabino Gómez, Activist from Chihuahua, Participant in Caravan to South, Mexico City, Mexico; Irineo Mújica Arzate, Journalist and Migrant Rights Activist, Mexico City, Mexico.