The 2012 Annual Report on
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The Mexican authorities must immediately and unconditionally release two indigenous men imprisoned after an unfair trial in the central state of Puebla.
Indigenous activists José Ramón Aniceto Gómez and Pascual Agustín Cruz are victims of a justice system that often discriminates against poor and indigenous people ...
Mexico: Mother and son harassed by police in Mexico
Urgent Action AMR 41/040/2012
The community of Valle del Río San Pedro in south-western Mexico received a death threat on 19 May ordering them to leave their homes. Members of the community ...
Urgent Action AMR 41/039/2012
Two indigenous human rights defenders from Mexico have been imprisoned for crimes they did not commit.
Mexico is preparing for elections that will set its path for the next six years. However, the need to strengthen the protection and effective exercise of human ...
Document AMR 41/036/2012
José Ramón Aniceto Gómez and Pascual Agustín Cruz are indigenous human rights defenders from the Nahuan community of Atla. In 2010, they were detained, tried and ...
Document AMR 41/035/2012
Amnesty International releases its flagship yearly report documenting the state of the world's human rights.
Human rights defender and lawyer, Vidulfo Rosales Sierra, from Guerrero State, Mexico received an anonymous death threat on 4 May. His life and those of his colleagues ...
Urgent Action AMR 41/034/2012