Students from the College of Sciences and Humanities (CCH) Oriente announced that the school will go into stopping activities for 72 hours, with 16 UNAM campuses in protest.
This, after a day that began with an intermittent blockwork in Peripheral, in which it was demanded that Efraín Peralta Terrazas not be reappointed as director, according to Televisa News.
Read more: Faculty of Psychology stops 54 hours to claim violence against women at UNAM
Meanwhile, UNAM announced that the cCH Vallejo facilities were delivered this afternoon, which will resume activities on Friday, February 7 in normal hours.
#BoletínUNAM UNAM reports pic.twitter.com/SwBPUZEDFu > https://t.co/7yUUunZfI7
— UNAM (@UNAM_MX) February 7, 2020
So far, 16 university campuses remain unemployed, in protest to eradicate gender-based violence and harassment.
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