Feminist collectives demonstrate this Wednesday in front of the representation of Quintana Roo, located in the Roma neighborhood to demand justice and punishment for those responsible for the dispersal by bullets of a demonstration that took place in Cancun for the femicide of Alexis.
We cannot allow any mobilization to be dissolved with shots, first they were shots in the air, let’s not think that this will always be the case, then they will be shots directly at the protesters ”, denounced one of the speakers of the demonstration.
20-year-old Bianca Alejandrina, known as ‘Alexis’, was last seen in the Benito Juárez municipality of Quintana Roo when she allegedly went out to sell an electronic cigarette on November 7, but never returned.
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A day later it was reported that Alexis’s remains were found in the Vista Real subdivision in region 252 of the Benito Juárez municipality.
The women, some of them hooded, moved from the Insurgentes Metro station, where they carried out some damage to the vicinity of the Glorieta de la Cibeles.
What was inevitable was the attack on the oppressive Metro, surely because we call it “The” metro and it is a form of continuity of the patriarchy. pic.twitter.com/utTJ9riagG
– Alertas Urbanas AU (@alertasurbanas) November 11, 2020
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The contingent walked on the street of Oaxaca and was encapsulated by elements of the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) in the Glorieta de la Cibeles.
From there they advance, guarded by around 200 elements of the Atenea group of the SSC, down Durango Street in the direction of Insurgentes Avenue.
The collectives hold a peaceful demonstration and some of them have begun to withdraw.
– imagenYuri (@imagenYuri) November 11, 2020
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