Archiv: National Guard

15.07.2019 - 10:57 [ teleSUR ]

Mexico’s AMLO to Zapatistas: Let’s Put Aside Our Differences

Another issue that has inflamed the Zapatistas is the “Transisthmus Corridor,” an infrastructure project that will connect the Gulf of Mexico with the Pacific for commercial purposes, a million hectares of fruit and wood trees in Chiapas would replace native „unproductive“ forests.

“They don’t want our lands to be ours but for tourists to come and have their big hotels and their great restaurants,” stated the grouping.

06.07.2019 - 16:26 [ U.S. National Guard ]

Connecticut National Guard strengthens alliance with Uruguay

Members of the Connecticut National Guard met and had critical discussions with Uruguayan service leads from the Army, Navy, and Air Force June 24 – 29, 2019 in Montevideo, Uruguay, during a State Partnership Program (SPP) visit.

One of the United States’ key policy goals in Uruguay is to enhance U.S., Uruguayan and global security by working with our military counterparts in Uruguay.

08.06.2019 - 18:52 [ WSWS ]

Mexico to deploy 6,000 troops to southern border as Trump postpones tariffs

On Thursday, Mexican officials announced plans to deploy 6,000 Mexican National Guard troops to Mexico’s southern border. The deployment will consist of 13 units made up of between 450 and 600 troops. Ten units will be sent to the border with Guatemala, where most Central American asylum seekers cross into Mexico, and three will operate in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec region of southern Mexico. The troops are set to arrive by September.

21.11.2018 - 16:05 [ teleSUR ]

Mexico: President-Elect’s Party Submits Bill For National Guard

On Nov. 14, Mexico’s President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) presented his 2018-2024 National Peace And Security Plan to the media. On that occasion, he stated that his policy proposal includes the creation of a 50,000-member National Guard.

MORENA aims precisely to do that. The bill contemplates changes to Mexican constitution that would mean that national guard members receive human rights training, are tried by civil courts, and will not be able to move detainees to National Guard institutions.