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Indigenous people from municipality in conflict in southeastern Mexico to elect authority


Pantelhó, Aug 3 (EFE).- The representatives of 86 indigenous communities and 18 neighborhoods of the municipality of Pantelho, in the Mexican state of Chiapas, in the southeast of the country, which is experiencing a governance crisis, agreed on Tuesday, together with state officials, to elect their authorities.At a dialogue table attended by officials and the indigenous representatives of Pantelhó, including the armed civil group called El Machete, it was agreed that the municipality will elect its authorities on October 1 through a plebiscite. (Camera: MITZI MAYAUEL FUENTES). SHOT LIST: MEMBERS OF THE EL MACHETE SELF-DEFENSE GROUP BEGIN A DIALOGUE WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO RESTORE PEACE IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF PANTELHO; AND MEMBERS OF THE MEXICAN ARMY, NATIONAL GUARD AND STATE POLICE PROTECT THE STREETS OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF PANTELHO, CHIAPAS STATE, MEXICO.

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