translated from Spanish: 53 years after Tlatelolco massacre demand justice

The march to commemorate October 2 had a balance of 5 injured and an attendance of 5,200 demonstrators, reported the Secretariat of Government of Mexico City. 
Led by members of Committee 68, the march departed from Tlatelolco, joined the Central Axis to enter the first cadre by May 5. He arrived at the Zócalo in the capital after 5 p.m.
Félix Gamundi, a member of Committee 68, said in his message in the Zócalo, according to Reforma, that at 53 years old, October 2 is still an open wound and that the Army files must be known and ask former President Luis Echeverría to be held accountable for the facts.

4:07 p#PrecauciónVial | Demonstrators advance on Av. Ricardo Flores Magón at the height of Guerrero. #AlternativaVial Inner Circuit.
— OVIAL_SSCCDMX (@OVIALCDMX) October 2, 2021

He assured that in events such as Acteal, Ayotzinapa or the Halconazo it is not enough to ask for forgiveness: “It is essential to establish processes of full justice, which will be the only thing capable of guaranteeing the non-repetition of this type of aggression,” reported Corriente Alterna.
However, in the rear of the march, a group of demonstrators threw objects, firecrackers and Molotov cocktails so they were surrounded by police at the height of the Central Axis and Fine Arts. The police prevented them from continuing towards the zócalo.

The Ministry of Government reported that it was a group of about 80 people.
The injured are elements of the Secretariat of Citizen Security: three men and two women, the elements had first-degree burns and bruises.
After 7 pm a group from the Autonomous University of Mexico (UAM) began to march on the Central Axis towards Axis 1 North.

7:25 p.#PrecauciónVial |. Demonstrators continue to advance on The Lázaro Cárdenas Central Axis at the height of Plaza Garibaldi. #AlternativaVial Insurgentes Avenue, Reforma and Interior Circuit.
— OVIAL_SSCCDMX (@OVIALCDMX) October 3, 2021

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