the Presbytery of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), reported that they are acceptable and dignified all points of the petition from the College of Science and Humanities (CCH), campus Azcapotzalco.
In a statement, the maximum house of studies stresses that after noon today the petition from the General Assembly of the CAC Azcapotzalco, invited to install one trace table.
"For the Presbytery of the university, the seven points that make up the list of requests are acceptable and acceptable, for which it is the members of the General Assembly of the CCH Azcapotzalco to install a follow-up table for the solution of all its approaches.
"We invite this follow-up table to be installed in the General management of the College of Sciences and Humanities, with the cooperation of the authorities of the central administration of the university.
"The presbytery in this way endorses his will to solve the problems that affect the university community, "he said in the statement.
In the afternoon, the presbytery of the National Autonomous University of Mexico and the General Directorate of the College of Science and Humanities received the petition from the General meeting of CCH Azcapotzalco.
In a press release he invited one Follow-up table in the general management of the College of Sciences and Humanities, with the cooperation of the authorities of the central administration of the university.
They demanded testing the correct allocation of teachers for all groups and teams, according to the infrastructure installed in each of the classrooms; assign it to a new administration, where the students have prior knowledge of the professional history of teachers who register to lead the campus.
The interim director, Andrés Francisco Palacios Meza, he will not be able to participate, "because of the background he has among the community", was another requirement from the student.
That too authority respect and does not intervene or inhibit the political and cultural manifestations of the student community, as is the case with murals and other recreational activities.
They also asked for a written commitment to regularly maintain the wall paintings made by the students.
With information from Teresa Moreno