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Mexico's human rights crisis

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À propos de l'édition
Now is the time to discuss painful human rights issues that are tearing apart Latin America’s oldest democracy. From the “dirty war” against guerilleros of the Poor Peoples’ party in the 1970’s to today’s controversial “war on drug”, the state of exception seems to be the only rule and the forced disappearances remain a systemic way to silence civil society. For the Mexican society, the case the 43 students from Ayotzinapa rural teachers’ college, who disappeared in the state of Guerrero after being attacked and abducted by local police, meant that state violence has gone too far. This special edition, therefore, is open to all Mediapart users who wish to discuss Mexico and to inform themselves about the Peña Nieto regime, to which France and the U.S. actively provides investments, weapons and military training.