Photograph/ Cristian Ruiz
Morelia, Michoacán.- The mayor of Morelia, Raúl Morón Orozco, assured that pints made to buildings in the Historic Center of Morelia during demonstrations to repudiate the murder of the young Jessica González Villaseñor will stay for a while to remember the demand that feminist groups have that women’s murders stop and better care protocols are applied.
“I think that these kinds of manifestations must be respected very much, the outrage that is felt by this kind of fact is very compressible this type of manifestations, I think we will leave a few days the pints as a form of solidarity we will leave the pints for a few days,” declared the edil in a media interview.
Questioned whether this could affect the appointment as a World Heritage City, he recalled that some work was done after the March 9 demonstration coordinated with the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) and will do so after a few days.
On his stance on Jessica’s murder, she said this is very regrettable and the security elements of the municipality are coupled with the search for Diego N. alleged killer of the young woman, who so far is reported as fugitive.