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Solidiarity with the Teachers of the Other Mexico

category international | workers issues | other press author Sunday June 18, 2006 12:25author by Autonomous Action Individual Report this post to the editors

The teachers of Oaxaca are resisiting the authoritarian state of Mexico, while elsewhere the repression from the governor Ulises Ruiz continues.

Mexico may be thousands of miles away but we can still show solidarity with them. Tomorrow the managers of the Mexican representatives in Ireland and Britain will be returning to work following the weekend break. Please have messages of support for the Other Mexico waiting for them, and demand that they send a message to the Mexican government that the repression of the Other Mexico in Chiapas and Oaxaca should be stopped.

Below we have provided the contact details, including lists of emails and fax numbers for the Mexican Government's representatives in the UK and Ireland. Please take a few minutes to contact them with your statement of solidarity.

For more on this story see:
http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2006/06/342985.html
http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2006/06/342984.html
http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2006/06/342986.html
http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2006/06/342983.html
http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2006/06/342987.html

Autonomous Action Individual

A list of all Irish & UK embassy emails:
mexuk@easynet.co.uk, info@mexicanconsulate.org.uk, uk@visitmexico.com, consullondon@easynet.co.uk, culturalgb@sre.gob.mx, embasmex@indigo.ie, consular@indigo.ie

List of all UK fax numbers:
020 7495 4035, 020 7235 5480, 020 7726 6004,
020 7265 0704, 020 7235 7898, 020 7235 6211,
020 7235 8475

Irish Fax: (+353) 1 260 0411

DETAILS OF EMBASSIES & CONSULATES

The Ambassador Juan José Bremer de Martino
Embassy of Mexico,
16 St. George St
London
W1S 1FD
Email: mexuk@easynet.co.uk
Tel: 020 7499 8586
Fax: 020 7495 4035
Web: www.embamex.co.uk

Mexican Consulate
8 Halkin St
London
SW1X 7DW
Web: www.mexicanconsulate.org.uk/index.htm
Tel: 020 7235 6393
Fax: 020 7235 5480
Email: info@mexicanconsulate.org.uk, consullondon@easynet.co.uk, culturalgb@sre.gob.mx

Mexican Trade Commission / Mexico Commericial Affairs
19th Floor
1 Angel Court
London, EC2R 7HJ
Tel: 020 7726 4442
Fax: 020 7726 6004

Lic. Elena Espinosa de los Reyes de Wingate - Councellor
Oscar Antonio Blanco Loyo - Assistant
María del Carmen Flores Vallejo de McAuliffe - Assistant
Blanca Mendoza - Assistant
Roberto Pesquera Vargas - Assistant

MEXICO TOURISM BOARD
Wakefield House
41 Trinity Square
London
EC3N 4DJ
Tel: 020 7488 9392
Fax: 020 7265 0704
Email: uk@visitmexico.com

Sr. Manuel Enrique Díaz Cebrián - Minister (Information and Tourism)
Sra. María Guadalupe Ayala Ontiveros de Holden - Assistant Councellor (Information and Tourism)
Srita. Alejandra Pérez-Mejía Zendejas - Assistant Councellor (Tourism Promotion)

MILITARY AND AIR SECTION
Tel / Fax: 020 7235 7898 & Tel: 020 7245 1143
General de Brigada DEM Valetín Rodríguez Altamirano - Militar and Air Attaché
Coronel de Artillería DEM Guillermo Alberto Nava Sánchez - Assistant Military and Air Attaché

NAVAL AFFAIRS SECTION
Tel / Fax: 020 7235 6211
Capitán DEM Salvador Gómez Meillón - Naval Attaché

MARITIME AFFAIRS SECTION
Tel / Fax: 020 7235 8475
Dr. José David Enríquez Rosas - Counsellor (Maritime Affairs)

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Mexican Embassy in Ireland
43 Ailesbury Road
Ballsbridge
Dublín 4
Ireland.
Tel: (+353) 1 260 0699
Fax: (+353) 1 260 0411
Email: embasmex@indigo.ie, consular@indigo.ie
Web: http://www.sre.gob.mx/irlanda

Ambassador
Cecilia Jaber

Ambassador's Executive Assistant
Eneida Hernández - Ext. 21

Minister / Deputy Head of Mission
Juan Manuel González Bustos - Ext. 25

Human Rights and Economic Section
Rita Lourdes Maciel Vallejo - Ext. 24

Political Section
Adolfo García - Ext. 26

Consular and Administrative Sections
Rebeca Medrano Urbina - Ext. 23

Administrative Section
Davina Gilbert - Ext. 20

Secretary, Translator
Tara O'Connell - Ext. 27

author by Marthapublication date Mon Jun 19, 2006 11:17Report this post to the editors

Things are getting worse all the time in Mexico as the presidential elections get closer every day.
The mexican government feels threatened by "the other voices" and is using all its power and violence to silence once again all the grasstoots movements and individuals who have been very successfull at working together for the same goal: unmask and expose all the dirty tricks and all the chicanery of the present government and the other opposition parties.
Last week there was a Public Talk about "the other campaign" where an Irish man living in Mexico gave us an account of the situation.
The group at that meeting decided to meet again to discuss this further and look at the posibility of re establishing The Irish Mexico Group.
If you are interested and want to know more about the other campaign or if you want to became involve please came to :
Lasc- 5 Merrion row
@ 7:30 Tomorrow tuesday 20th

 
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