The regional coordinator of the Federation of University Students (FEU) of the North Coast planned a silent march on the Puerto Vallarta Malecón.
Juan Antonio Ramos said, “We will be adding to the calls already made by our colleagues of the University of Guadalajara and Costa to organize a peaceful silent march at 8 PM Thursday evening starting at the Hotel Rosita, we welcome the general public to join us”.
Ramos added the march is without violence and without provocations. “We understand that there are anarchist groups and people who do not sympathize with the general society and they only want to disrupt these types of silent marches”.
Attendees are asked to wear white to the march.
On Wednesday, Centro Universitario de la Costa, held classes for only three hour, and no classes are being held today (Thursday).
Ramos said that this is an expression of rejection for what is happening across the country, not only for the missing students feared dead in Guerrero, but also for the 20 more bodies found in the State of Mexico, and new mass graves found around the country, events that are being silenced in the media.
He explained that a delegation of 100 people from CUC and other students from regional high schools traveled to Guadalajara on Tuesday to participate in a march organized by the University of Guadalajara. The day also included meetings with the General Council to address the situation facing the country, and also the issue of security.
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