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A Zapatista slogan is in harmony with the concept of mutual aid: "For everyone, everything. The Zapatistas retained some of the land for a little over a year, but in February 1995 the Mexican army overran that territory in a surprise offensive. In addition, there was a complaint by the Las Abejas Civil Society Organization that stated that an indigenous Tzotzil person was assassinated on June 23 on 2015. A local organization called the People's Front in Defense of the Land (FPDT), which adheres to the Sixth Declaration, called in support from other regional and national adherent organizations. (Eds.) EJERCITO NACIONAL NO. [citation needed], Arrest-warrants were made for Marcos, Javier Elorriaga Berdegue, Silvia Fernández Hernández, Jorge Santiago, Fernando Yanez, German Vicente and other Zapatistas. [18], The Zapatista Army went public on January 1, 1994, releasing their declaration on the day the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) came into effect. Sabado: They invited indigenous people from throughout the Americas and the rest of the world to gather on October 11–14, 2007, near Guaymas, Sonora. 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The following days were marked by violence, with some 216 arrests, over 30 rape and sexual abuse accusations against the police, five deportations, and one casualty, a 14-year-old boy named Javier Cortes shot by a policeman. Luna Sandals México LAGO ALBERTO 369, Mexico City . 1571, COL. PARQUE IND. [56] The historical influence of Mexican anarchists and various Latin American socialists is apparent in Neozapatismo. Vicente Fox was elected president in 2001 (the first non-PRI president of Mexico in over 70 years) and, as one of his first actions, urged the EZLN to enter into dialogue with the federal government. Following this gesture, Subcomandante Marcos agreed to initiate dialogue with the Vicente Fox government, but shortly thereafter demanded conditions for peace; especially, that the federal government disarm the PRI paramilitary groups in the area. On June 28, 2005, the Zapatistas presented the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle[36] declaring their principles and vision for Mexico and the world. According to Mario Arturo Acosta Chaparro, in his report Subversive movements in Mexico, "they had established their areas of operations in the states of Veracruz, Puebla, Tabasco, Nuevo León and Chiapas ". [citation needed] Within a few weeks Subcomandante Marcos, the EZLN's spokesperson, was granting interviews to journalists from both the national and international press, including reporters from The New York Times. [18] In the 1980s, they joined with the Rural Collective Interest Association--"Únion de Uniones," (ARIC-UU). Unlike other Zapatista spokespeople, Marcos is not an indigenous Maya. [47], In 2016, at the National Indigenous Congress and the EZLN agreed to select a candidate to represent them in the forthcoming 2018 Mexican general election. Hours after the march, a communiqué from the CCRI-CG was released in the form of a poem, signed by the Subcomandante Marcos. Ejército Nacional No. The declaration for the conference designated this date because of "515 years since the invasion of ancient Indigenous territories and the onslaught of the war of conquest, spoils and capitalist exploitation". The Mexican army eased its operation in Chiapas, allowing Marcos to escape the military perimeter in the Lacandon jungle. Oficina Pasaporte de Guadalajara . Domingo: Walmart en Ciudad Juárez , Chihuahua - Sucursales y Horarios, AV. Since their 1994 uprising was countered by the Mexican Armed Forces, the EZLN has abstained from military offensives and adopted a new strategy that attempts to garner Mexican and international support. The amendment called for the end of land distribution and the regularizing of all landholdings, which essentially got rid of any legal possibility of obtaining land. The Zapatistas invited the world to a three-day fiesta to celebrate ten years of Zapatista autonomy in August 2013 in the five caracoles of Chiapas. Nearly all EZLN villages contain murals with images of Zapata, Ernesto "Che" Guevara, and Subcomandante Marcos.[11]. "[38], The Third Encuentro of the Zapatistas People with the People of the World was held from December 28, 2007, through January 1, 2008. Sección, Del. [30], Under the considerable political pressure of a worsening situation, and believing a peaceful solution to be possible, Mexican Secretary of the Interior Lic. In contrast, the EZLN aims to reinforce the idea of participatory democracy or radical democracy by limiting public servants' terms to only two weeks, not using visible organization leaders, and constantly referring to the people they are governing for major decisions, strategies, and conceptual visions.