Parents of the 43 students who disappeared and were allegedly massacred in Guerrero (south) head this Monday a series of marches through Mexico City at met four months of the crime.
The day of demonstrations began in the morning with four simultaneous marches organized in different parts of the capital, which must converge in the afternoon at a huge rally in the central square of the Zócalo.
“Already been four months they do not tell us (where they are). This march is for they return us to the little kids (youth). This march is evidence that many states are joining the fight,” said Bernabe Adrajan, Adam’s father, one of the disappeared.
In the marches teachers participate from the national union of education, parents and peers of the 43 young people and social groups demanding to the government keep finding students who were attacked on the night of September 26.
At the moment, Austria lab that analyzes the charred remains only been able to identify one of the students.