Wednesday, February 21, 2024

The strike of UAdeC students in V. Carranza in Saltillo continues this Tuesday morning

“Quiet, but cold night,” was the comment of some students standing on V. Carranza Boulevard in Saltillo.

Quiet means that no one is bothering them. It is cold because of the weather and the lack of response to their requests, which, if not answered, will force them to stay there until January 31, the day of the rector’s election.

There are some students; however, there are enough to close the road in both directions, preventing the passage of vehicles, so the municipal authorities acted, not to violate them and use force to dispose of them, but to protect them by closing the road. the north from Chiapas Street, and the south from Reynosa Street.

$!Night Of Protest, Day Of Congestion: V. Carranza Boulevard Became The Center Of The Student Fight For Transparency In The Rector Election.Night of protest, day of congestion: V. Carranza Boulevard became the center of the student fight for transparency in the rector election. PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER VANEGAS/VANGUARDIA

The intersection of Avenida Universidad and other streets bordering V. Carranza, both east and west of the Republic, were also closed to prevent any reckless motorist from causing a tragedy.

$!There Are Some Students, However, There Are Enough To Close The Road In Both Directions, Which Can Block The Car Lanes.There are some students; however, there are enough road closures in both directions to prevent the passage of vehicles. PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER VANEGAS/VANGUARDIA

During the night, the group of students took refuge in tents, while others who did not want to be involved in this movement arrived in the early hours of the morning to leave water and food.

The morning came and the traffic began to pile up, and some motorists were frustrated by the closed roads as they had to take alternate routes to reach their destinations, snarling traffic in the neighborhood. of República and other arteries that go north and south.

Students are young people, and like all young people, what they want is to be heard and considered.

$!V.  Carranza Boulevard Became The Scene Of A Student Protest: A Quiet Night, But With A Strong Message.V. Carranza Boulevard became the scene of a student protest—a quiet night, but with a strong message. PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER VANEGAS/VANGUARDIA

On the Instagram account of the “Lobos sin Pimentel” movement, their petition reads:

$!Campaign And Houses Of Solidarity: The Students Of V. Carranza Boulevard Received Support During The Night Of Their Protest At The University Rectory.

“Today we have summoned you with a clear and bold purpose: to protect the integrity and autonomy of our beloved university. We find ourselves at an important moment where we must come together as students to ensure that whoever assumes the role of rector is someone we can trust, far from being abusive, and, above all, chosen fairly and transparently.

$!Movement 'Wolves Without Pimentel' In Action: Young People Demand That Their Voices Be Heard And Guarantee The Integrity Of The University Through Fair Elections.

“Education is a fundamental right, and the quality of our academic experience depends largely on the decisions made by the management of our institution. “We cannot allow the rectory to be occupied by a person who does not represent the values ​​of honesty -anon, transparency, and respect that we deserve as a community.”

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