Condemning The Disappearance Of Mexican Students


Resolution 14-11.19L


WHERAS, following a clash with the police, forty-three college students disappeared on September 26, 2014 in Iguala, Mexico; and

WHEREAS, Mexican Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam announced that fourteen police officers confessed to participating in the disappearance;

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the California Democratic Party joins world condemnation of the disappearance of these students; that the location of the students or their bodies be determined; and that those responsible for this heinous crime be brought to justice.

THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the California Democratic Party is to inform President Obama, US Secretary of State John Kerry, and the Democratic members of the California congressional delegation of this position.

Sponsored the CDP Chicano Latino Caucus and associate sponsors: Fenay-USA, Club International Rio Viejo, Casa Tlaxcala, Pueblos Unidos, Alerta Cali, Hispanos Unidos, Mujeres Exitosas, Club Puga, Hermandad Unidos Sin Frontera, and Los Dos Mexicos



Adopted by the California Democratic Party
At its November 2014 Executive Board Meeting
Marriot Mission Bay, San Diego
November 16, 2014





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