translated from Spanish: Young march in Jalisco to claim Alfaro for police brutality

Young people marched on Tuesday from the University Center of Social Sciences and Humanities (CUCSH) of the University of Guadalajara towards Casa Jalisco, in the city of Guadalajara, to demand justice for the death of Giovanni Martínez and for the arrests during demonstrations of past days in the entity.
With slogans such as “Giovanni didn’t die, he was killed by the police” and “Where are the missing,” the protesters arrived at Casa Jalisco around 7:15 p.m.

The demonstration for #JusticiaParaGiovani is currently coming to Casa Jalisco
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According to reports on social networks, the site is fenced with metal fences and an auxiliary and transit police officer of Guadalajara.

The group of protesters finally above to Casa Jalisco, where the slogans continue to demand #JusticiaParaGiovanni (? @NavarroArturo84).
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The protest comes after Governor Enrique Alfaro asked the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) to attract the alleged enforced disappearances at the hands of Jalisco policemen, against more than twenty young people who protested last weekend over the case of Giovanni Lopez.
Alfaro’s government has been criticized for his reaction to the protests that sparked Giovanni’s death, allegedly at the hands of municipal police officers in Ixtlahuacán de los Quinces.
Read more: Activists self-victimize, no police abuse in protest, Jalisco authorities say
On the case, Alfaro broke out on Monday from the acts that may have committed such municipal elements and noted that it will seek no impunity in the case.
As for the arbitrary arrests for jalisco police officers during protests over Giovanni’s death, he said that he did not give the order to repress.
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