The claim for protection 1858/2023 filed by a person identified as Abraham Moises Cano Díaz was submitted to the Judiciary on Friday, October 27 against the actions of President López Obrador and other authorities such as the Secretariat of National Defense, Navy and the government of the state of Guerrero by reopening the circulation of the highways during the day, but only allowing the passage of official vehicles.
The acts claimed by the complainant are the restriction of free movement through the State of Guerrero, the prohibition or prohibition of the collection, transfer and delivery of personal property, food, services and humanitarian assistance of civilians to the victims of Hurricane Otis in the State of Guerrero.
Échenle la bendición para ir a entregar ayuda humanitaria a Acapulco sin que nos lo prohíba el ejército, la Guardia Nacional o cualquier autoridad.
Ya presente el denominado Amparo Ayuda Humanitaria Acapulco, a esperar que el Poder Judicial haga lo de siempre, salvar vidas. pic.twitter.com/mFogtsTGiX
— Abraham Cano (@Abrahamcd14) October 28, 2023
In the request for protection, the complainant also admitted the seizure and confiscation of personal property, human assistance or food in the state of Guerrero and ordered military or police checkpoints in the entity.
“The suspension is requested to allow the transfer, transfer and delivery of food and humanitarian aid without any restrictions, as it is known that elements of the National Guard, Navy and other authorities prevent the passage of vehicles and civilians with humanitarian aid,” the document reads.
When discussing its reasons for granting the express suspension of the petition for protection, the seventeenth court emphasized that the United Nations Organization indicated that the affected States are obliged not to arbitrarily and unjustifiably reject a Goodwill offer. of humanitarian aid, nor denial of access to victims.
Because of the above, the person who filed the request for protection can personally deliver humanitarian aid to those affected by Hurricane Otis, without any authority intervening.