URGENT BULLETIN – Reactivation of the agrarian conflict between Chenalhó and Chalchihuitán: generalized violence and impunity

Gunshots, burned houses, groups of hooded civilians carrying high power weapons have sown terror in the area, causing the displacement of more than 5,000 people, including newborns, children, pregnant women and the elderly. In addition, the main road leading to Chalchihuitán was cut with the opening of a ditch preventing the passage of any vehicle and generating a shortage of food, water, medicines and gasoline.
Last Report:

SIPAZ Report Vol. XXII Nº 4 - January 2018

Previous Report:

SIPAZ Report Vol. XXII Nº 3 - October 2017

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In Spanish

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Documental de SIPAZ producido por Koman-Ilel,
en el marco del 20º Aniversario de
SIPAZ – Servicio Internacional para la Paz

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