[Marxism] Guatemala: Support needed against wave of violence
dmozart1756 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 11 07:00:11 MDT 2013
Probably not a coincidence that this is occurring during the trial of the
mass murderer Rios Montt.
Stuart Munckton wrote -
In recent weeks, there has been a dramatic wave of violence and repression
in Guatemala that has led to the deaths of many human rights activists.
Among them are peasant leaders, trade unionists, journalists and indigenous
On Thu, Apr 11, 2013 at 12:37 AM, Stuart Munckton
<stuartmunckton at gmail.com>wrote:
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> In recent weeks, there has been a dramatic wave of violence and repression
> in Guatemala that has led to the deaths of many human rights activists.
> Among them are peasant leaders, trade unionists, journalists and indigenous
> In light of this, the Guatemala Peace and Development Network (RPDG) has
> sent out an urgent request for support and solidarity from around the world
> to bring pressure to bear on the Guatemalan government to halt this
> In Sydney, the Latin America Social Forum and Commitee for Human Rights in
> Guatemala have called for support for an international open letter to
> Guatemalan President Otto Perez in protest at this wave of violence.
> You can read the full letter and the current list if signatories,
> If you wish to add your name, emailfred.fuentes at gmail.com and
> vichugomz at hotmail.com so that we can pass on the information to the GPDN.
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