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Invitation for Oaxacan Camp for Dignity

by jlaw Thursday, Oct. 05, 2006 at 12:38 PM

translated from Oaxaca Indymedia Spanish version follows Oaxaca installs encampment for dignity and against repression

Even with the grave abuses that the population has been subjected to since the beginning of the Oaxacan conflict, this much fear hasn't been felt because the conflict will finally be resolved through the use of indiscriminate and reasonless force.

The government's discourse in the last days reveals that there is a new position to obtain control of the conflict and stop it so that it is accepted that there will not be impeachment or resignation of Ulises Ruiz. The government will begin to develop the structure for what its called the New Reform to the State.

The government has already installed the first phase of an operative by intimidating people to persuade them to not continue fighting for justice.

Since last week, there have been aerial operations from the armed forces, and arrival of members of the PFP (Federal Preventive Police), the army and the navy in preparation for an intervention in Oaxaca.

The signatory social organizations and individual members of the APPO, we are making an urgent call to the people of Oaxaca, Mexico and the world to come and join the "Encampment for dignity and against repression in Oaxaca," so that we take to the streets to defend the Oaxacan people and avoid the spilling of blood for the government's lack of vision.

All of the actors that desire a political exit to the conflict, which will only be given after the removal of Ulises Ruiz, we must form brigades of peace and solidarity to guard and maintain the integrity of the oaxacan people, in a way that we can persuade the foolish thoughts that bloodshed will change the course of the conflict

We cannot allow that repression be the exit. We will participate in the encampment of dignity and against repression dressed in white as a clear signal that we are for a pacific movement and a political and dignified exit. We will also take to the streets with bandanas of any color to send out the notion that in this movement the number of colors represents the diversity of actors and that we are ready to protect our comrades.

The encampments will be a form of cultural expression against foolish, sterile police and military action. Oaxaca is a state of immense cultural diverstiy emanating from numerous ancestral struggles that have always been characterized by the dignity of the people

The encampments will be installed beginning Wednesday Oct. 4 at 12 p.m. at the grounds

of Santo Domingo; it will be renewing itself every 72 hours. You should bring tents, bed rolls, sleeping bags, nylon, tarps, umbrellas and food.

For more information, you can go to the page www.oaxacalibre.org to confirm your participation and send your support to comunicaci[on@eduoaxaca.org

Please help us to spread this communique and participate with your presence.

We say no to repression!

We will protect the Oaxacan people!

Oraganizations from Oaxacan Civil Society

Alternativas para la Equidad y la Diversidad AC, Centro de Apoyo al Movimiento Popular Oaxaqueño CAMPO AC, Centro para los Derechos de la Mujer Ñääxuiin AC, Centro de Desarrollo Comunitario Centéotl AC, Centro de Encuentros y Diálogos Interculturales AC, Centro Regional de Derechos Humanos Bartolomé Carrasco AC, Centro de Derechos Indígenas Flor y Canto AC, Centro de Derechos Humanos Ñu'uji Kandí AC, Centro de Estudios de la Mujer y la Familia AC, Centrarte AC, Coalición de Maestros y Promotores Indígenas de Oaxaca CMPIO AC, Consorcio para el Diálogo Parlamentario y la Equidad AC (Oaxaca), Colectivo Nueva Babel AC, CODICE AC Comité de Vigilancia Ciudadana, Comité Cerezo Oaxaca, CHAMIXEZACUI AC, Enlace Comunicación y Capacitación Oaxaca AC, ECCOS AC, Foro Oaxaqueño de la Niñez, Grupo de Apoyo a la Educación de la Mujer GAEM, Grupo Mesófilo AC, Ixquixochitl AC, Grupo de Mujeres 8 de Marzo AC, Iniciativas para el Desarrollo de la Mujer Oaxaqueña IDEMO AC, Liga Mexicana por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos LIMEDDH AC, La Ventana AC, Organización de Agricultores Biológicos ORAB AC, Ojo de Agua Comunicación SC, Observatorio por los Derechos Humanos y la Democracia, PAIR A.C. Promotora de Servicios para el Desarrollo PRODER SC, PROCAO AC, Pueblo Jaguar AC, Red Oaxaqueña de Derechos Humanos AC, Servicios para una Educación Alternativa EDUCA AC, Sinergia para el Desarrollo Integral Sustentable AC, Tequio Jurídico AC, Universidad de la Tierra en Oaxaca AC, Unión de Comunidades Indígenas de la Zona Norte del Istmo UCIZONI AC, Unión de Organizaciones de la Sierra Juárez de Oaxaca UNOSJO SC, Yeni Navan.



CAMPAMENTO POR LA DIGNIDAD Y CONTRA LA REPRESIÓN EN OAXACA

72 hrs por la Paz.



Desde que empezó el conflicto oaxaqueño, sin menos cabo de las graves arbitrariedades de las que ha sido objeto la población, no se había sentido tanto temor porque el conflicto finalmente sea resuelto a partir del uso de la fuerza indiscriminada y sin razón.

El discurso del gobierno en los últimos días, deja entre ver, que hay un nuevo reposicionamiento para obtener el control del conflicto y acotarlo a que se acepte que no habrá destitución ni renuncia de Ulises y que será bajo la estructura actual de gobierno con la cual se empiece a desarrollar lo que se llama una Nueva Reforma para el Estado.

El gobierno ha instalado ya la primera fase del operativo que se basa en la intimidación de la población para persuadirla de no seguir luchando para que se le haga justicia.

Desde la semana pasada ha habido acciones aéreas de las fuerzas armadas, desplazamiento de integrantes de la PFP, el ejército y la marina como preparativos para la intervención en Oaxaca.

Las organizaciones sociales firmantes e integrantes de la APPO, hacemos un llamado urgente a los pueblos de Oaxaca, de México y del mundo a que vengan a instalarse en un “Campamento por la dignidad y contra la represión en Oaxaca”, para que salgamos a defender al pueblo oaxaqueño y evitemos que se derrame sangre por la falta de visión de los gobernantes.

Se trata de que todos los actores que deseamos una salida política al conflicto, que sólo se dará a partir de la salida de Ulises, formemos brigadas de paz y solidaridad para acordonar y salvaguardar la integrada de los oaxaqueños, de tal forma que logremos persuadir los burdos pensamientos de que la sangre dará un nuevo rumbo al conflicto.

No podemos permitir que la represión sea la salida. Participemos todos en el campamento de la dignidad y contra la represión vestidos de blanco como una clara señal de que estamos por un movimiento pacífico y una salida política y digna. También salgamos con un paliacate de cualquier color para enviar la señal que en este movimiento la cantidad de colores son a la vez la diversidad de los actores que estamos dispuestos a proteger a nuestras compañeras y nuestros compañeros.

Los campamentos serán una forma de expresión cultural a cambio de la burda y estéril acción policíaca y militar. Oaxaca es un Estado de inmensa diversidad cultural, emanada de tremendas luchas ancestrales, en donde siempre se ha caracterizado por la dignidad del pueblo. Demos una muestra de que la dignidad de Oaxaca es la dignidad de la humanidad.

Los campamentos se instalarán a partir del miércoles 4 de octubre a las 12 hrs en la explanada de Santo Domingo, y se estarán renovando cada 72 hrs. Deben traer cobijas, tiendas de campaña, petates, bolsas de dormir, nylon, sombrillas, paraguas y alimentos.

Para mayor información pueden ingresar a la página www.oaxacalibre.org y pueden confirmar su participación o enviar sus manifestaciones de apoyo a comunicación@educaoaxaca.org

Por favor, ayúdenos a difundir este comunicado y a participar con tu presencia.

¡¡¡GRITEMOS NO A LA REPRESIÓN!!!

¡¡¡SALVOGUARDEMOS AL PUEBLO OAXAQUEÑO!!!

Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil de Oaxaca



Alternativas para la Equidad y la Diversidad AC, Centro de Apoyo al Movimiento Popular Oaxaqueño CAMPO AC, Centro para los Derechos de la Mujer Ñääxuiin AC, Centro de Desarrollo Comunitario Centéotl AC, Centro de Encuentros y Diálogos Interculturales AC, Centro Regional de Derechos Humanos Bartolomé Carrasco AC, Centro de Derechos Indígenas Flor y Canto AC, Centro de Derechos Humanos Ñu'uji Kandí AC, Centro de Estudios de la Mujer y la Familia AC, Centrarte AC, Coalición de Maestros y Promotores Indígenas de Oaxaca CMPIO AC, Consorcio para el Diálogo Parlamentario y la Equidad AC (Oaxaca), Colectivo Nueva Babel AC, CODICE AC Comité de Vigilancia Ciudadana, Comité Cerezo Oaxaca, CHAMIXEZACUI AC, Enlace Comunicación y Capacitación Oaxaca AC, ECCOS AC, Foro Oaxaqueño de la Niñez, Grupo de Apoyo a la Educación de la Mujer GAEM, Grupo Mesófilo AC, Ixquixochitl AC, Grupo de Mujeres 8 de Marzo AC, Iniciativas para el Desarrollo de la Mujer Oaxaqueña IDEMO AC, Liga Mexicana por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos LIMEDDH AC, La Ventana AC, Organización de Agricultores Biológicos ORAB AC, Ojo de Agua Comunicación SC, Observatorio por los Derechos Humanos y la Democracia, PAIR A.C. Promotora de Servicios para el Desarrollo PRODER SC, PROCAO AC, Pueblo Jaguar AC, Red Oaxaqueña de Derechos Humanos AC, Servicios para una Educación Alternativa EDUCA AC, Sinergia para el Desarrollo Integral Sustentable AC, Tequio Jurídico AC, Universidad de la Tierra en Oaxaca AC, Unión de Comunidades Indígenas de la Zona Norte del Istmo UCIZONI AC, Unión de Organizaciones de la Sierra Juárez de Oaxaca UNOSJO SC, Yeni Navan.

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