Alejandro Díaz Sántiz, comrade of the Voz del Amate, from the CEFERSO de Villa de Comatitlán, Chiapas

Alejandro Díaz Sántiz, comrade of the Voz del Amate, from the CEFERSO de Villa de Comatitlán, Chiapas

To the public opinion

To the state, national and international media

To the alternative media

To the nongovernmental defenders of human rights

To the national indigenous congress (CNI) and the EZLN

Tsotsil indigenous prisoner, Alejandro Díaz Sántiz, comrade of the Voz de Amate, member of the sixth declaration of the Lacandona Jungle of the EZLN incarcerated in the CEFERESO No. 15 in Villa de Comatitlán, Chiapas. The bad government that exists in our country and state live only by pure lies promising us support that is never fulfilled, especially the governor Manuel Velasco Coello. In his second visit in CERESO No. 15 in San Cristóbal de las Casas he was to free all of my compañeros of the Voz de Amate, July 4th, 2013. I am the only one who wasn’t freed under the pretext that my case is in another state while he had promised to see my case or seek the means before the authorities of Veracruz to obtain my liberty—something that until now has not been fulfilled. Already three years have passed without any response, and this is why I am demanding the governor of Chiapas to fulfill his word. On the other hand, I am asking president Peña Nieto to urge the governor of Veracruz for my liberty that has been robbed from me for more than seventeen years, paying for a crime I didn’t commit. Lastly I invite all of the independent state, national, and international organizations to continue demanding true justice and liberty for all of the political prisoners and prisoners of conscious in all of the world.

Together we can win true justice!

Fraternally,

Alejando Díaz Sántiz

August 5, 2016

Poorly translated from the original here: http://komanilel.org/2016/08/29/alejandro-diaz-santiz-solidario-de-la-voz-del-aamate-escribe-desde-el-ceferso-de-villa-de-comatitlan-chiapas/

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