Hundreds of students from the various faculties and schools of the UNAM, as well as the UAM, the IPN, the College of Mexico and the National School of Anthropology and History (ENAH), marched from the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences to the Presbytery. to demand more security and to stop acts of violence at University City.
The contingents of students gathered in Metro CU and in the vicinity of the policy. A few hours after the start of the mobilization, the contingents arrived on the islands and the presbytery, where students of the CCH Azcapotzalco read their petition.
"Outside porros de la UNAM" the students shouted as they waited for the mobilization to start, led by students from CCH Azcapotzalco.
To avoid infiltrators, contingents of students from the Faculty of Architecture agreed to wear orange insignia on their faces and hands; the young people from the Theater College, who wear a green "T" on their face, agreed to go together at all times, preferably in groups of three.
Students from the Faculties of Economics, Philosophy and Postgraduate Studies also took part.
Students from UAM Xochimilco and from the Higher School for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, the Higher School for Economics and Profession 4 also visit University City to show their solidarity with the protest.
The students read a seven-point petition sheet consisting of the following:
- The correct allocation of teachers to each subject on the basis of the existing groups in both teams is required, taking into account the capacity and furniture counted in each of the classrooms.
- As far as the allocation of the new administration is concerned, the students have prior knowledge of the professional history of the teachers who apply for a job at the office and that after the election a consultation with the school community will take place to maintain their opinion. .
- The authority has the obligation to respect, not to inhibit and not interfere with the political-cultural expressions of the student community, such as murals and recreational activities. It is also necessary that there is a written commitment to periodically maintain it in order to preserve it.
- Justification and transparency of administrative tasks and the budget allocated to the campus during the administration of Guadalupe Márquez Cárdenas and future administrations.
- The solution to problems on the following points: Harassment, provide continuous and immediate response to complaints from the community; campus security, exterior and interior. Give more support, continuity and sufficient attention to the trail programs & # 39; s and safe transport.
- Actions are taken to dismantle, remove and expel porrile groups, and those who promote and protect them.
- There is no kind of physical or academic retaliation against a student who has participated in this student movement in any way.
In response, the Rector of UNAM said that these seven points are "acceptable and acceptable", so he asked the students of CCH Azcapotzalco to set up a bureau to deal with the problems.
The government of Mexico City has implemented a security operation in this area of Ciudad Universitaria and has announced free public transport, both in the Metro Collective Transportation System and in the Metrobús in the nearby stations.
According to the authorities, government secretariats, public security, mobility, civil protection, health, as well as the Attorney General's office, command, management, IT, communications and the civic contact center of the Mexico City (C5) and Metro and Metrobus transport systems.
the @GobCDMX established an upcoming work table to respond to the meeting of students of the @UNAM_MX in Ciudad Universitaria, who decided to provide free public transport when they have finished their activities
– José Ramón Amieva (@amievajoserra) September 5, 2018
The holder of the SSP-CDMX, @RaymundoCollins coordinated the operational actions of 500 police outside the CU to ensure the integrity of those living and traveling through the area. pic.twitter.com/3bHVXfVgxm
– SSP CDMX (@SSP_CDMX) September 6, 2018
During the protest, a group of people with their faces closed the circulatory system at Insurgentes Sur, in front of Rectoría, without any violent acts.
– OVIAL_SSPCDMX (@OVIALCDMX) September 5, 2018
On Monday, organized groups of armed and stone-armed guns, bangers, molotov bombs and sharply intersecting weapons attacked students from the CCH Azcapotzalco and other UNAM campuses, demonstrating peacefully on the esplanade of the vicarage.
So far, 35 schools and UNAM faculties have been unemployed, after the violent events on Monday.
A count is made up to 43, and reminds the students of the national normal of #Ayotzinapa disappeared since 2014.
– AnimalPolitico.com (@Pajaropolitico) September 5, 2018
With information from Paris Martínez and Notimex.