Disqualifies the Sedena Truth Commission

Lack of impartiality and objectivity ensures
He is concerned that they are accused of alleged negligence

MEXICO CITY, October 1 (THE UNIVERSAL). – The inquiry committee for justice and truth in the Ayotzinapa case "does not require the required objectivity or impartiality in a fair trial, as it leaves the direction of the investigation to the representatives of the victims. , and to the National Commission on Human Rights, "said Alejandro Ramos Flores, head of the Legal Department of the National Defense Secretariat (Sedena).

In an interview with EL UNIVERSAL, four years after the disappearance of the 43 students of the Normal Rural School Raúl Isidro Burgos, the General assured that "the main concern is the case that the army's responsibility is sought for an alleged omission." He added that, faced with this situation, some soldiers have appealed against that resolution.

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