A group of youths with their faces covered destroyed the management of CCH Azcapotzalco on Thursday night, disrupting an assembly held by students on campus to determine whether to stage a shutdown at work to demand better school safety conditions. .. Despite this, there will be regular classes this Friday, the authorities indicated.
Sources close to the subject, who prefer to reserve their identity, explained that the students of CCH Azcapotzalco held an assembly to determine if there would be a strike at the school.
The above, according to the people consulted, is because there is a feeling of concern due to the fact that last week a young man apparently entered the campus with a weapon.
“While the vote was taking place (to declare the strike), a group of approximately 40 boys covered themselves and started destroying the facilities,” they said.
The acts of vandalism started around 9 pm and ended about 45 minutes later without the responsible taking over the school, although it is not ruled out that they will try to occupy the facilities on Friday, according to sources.
At around midnight, the school administration released a statement in which they explained that this Thursday “at around 1:30 p.m., a group of young people held a student assembly to express a series of concerns about different topics.
“At the request of the young people, the Campus Director held a dialogue with them to answer the points that were asked. The students voted and decided to go on strike.”
However, at the end of their assembly, “a group of men in hoodies destroyed the Campus Management and no one waited to deliver the results of the vote or the petition sheet; Therefore, academic activities will resume on Friday, October 20 at normal hours,” the authorities stated.
In their statement, the managers indicated that they reject “any act of violence,” while reiterating their readiness “to resolve any situation through respectful dialogue.”