initiated by the Commission for Peace and Reconciliation (Cocopa). .. 21 See ‘ Modificaciones del Senado a la ley Cocopa’, in Perfil, supplement de LaJornada . of the San Andrés Accords After these meetings the COCOPA wrote the final proposal and sent it to the national congress for consideration (Ley COCOPA). “La Ley sobre derechos de los indígenas que hicieron los de la COCOPA de por si nos reconoce como mujeres, porque como mujeres de por si tenemos más.
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In sum, the agreement recognized the indigenous peoples of Mexico as public participants with the capacity of organizing themselves autonomously. What surprised members of the media is that President Fox congratulated the Senate for approving ,ey Bill and Xochitl Galvez who works directly for him said that the Bill did not meet the needs of the Indian Pueblos and Communities.
Bilingual education will now be an obligation of the state. An interview with comandante David, a Tzotzil member of the Zapatista delegation to Mexico City, The attitude of both groups is frustrating, the stubbornness of those Senators and Congressmen that approved the Bill and the childish attitude of coopa that did not agree with it.
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To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: In a country there needs to be consensus, we must come up with agreements that in a very general way give us what we are asking for – a win-win situation. One of the things that we need to understand is that there needs to be tolerance, recognition and respect for indigenous groups and among ourselves.
We Make the Road by Walking: You can leave a responseor trackback from your own site. Reactions by state and federal governments to the Zapatista mobilization of 21 December 27 December El Congreso debate la propuesta de ley de la Cocopa que consagra los usos y costumbres de los pueblos indios.
By signing the accords, the federal government committed itself to constitutionally recognize the indigenous peoples by means of the creation of a new juridical system that would guarantee the political representation of the indigenous at the local and national levels, the right for the indigenous to organize and rule themselves according to their own customs, their right to develop their own alternatives to economic development and production, and the right for them to preserve their own cultural identity.
The Mexican Congress as a whole needs to reevaluate their attitudes and sit down and negotiate a new Bill.
Galvez said that if the President had asked her to say that the Bill did meet the needs of the Indian Pueblos and Communities she would have resigned, but the President agreed to support her. Coco;a hubo, pues, ninguna reactivacion de la Cocopa por la sencilla razon de que el EZLN no tiene la menor intencion de regresar a la mesa de negociaciones. The Let needs to understand that the Constitutional Amendments will affect every single person in Mexico and that there are some parts of their proposals that will not be accepted, but at the lley time the Legislative Branch needs to take into consideration that the minority, which in this case are the Indian Pueblos and Communities need to be protected and recognized by the Constitution.
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You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here In this way was it denied to the indigenous to participate autonomously and collectively in the decision-making structures of the political and juridical institutions of the Mexican State, thus limiting their ability to organize autonomously in accordance with their own uses and customs. Though some of the aspects originally agreed to were missing in this new version, the EZLN accepted the proposed document.
Xochitl Galvez who is the Director of the Office of Development of Indian Pueblos created by President Vicente Fox on December 1, announced on April 30, that the Bill that was approved by the Senate and the House did take into consideration some of the proposals made by President Fox, the ” Acuerdos de San Andres Larranzair ” and ” LEY COCOPAbut it needs to describe with greater depth central aspects, like the autonomy and free determination, the use of natural resources like land and territories, among other things.
Senator Manuel Bartlett of the PRI said that experts in Constitutional Law were consulted and proposed some changes in the wording in order to have a law that would include all Indigenous groups in Mexico and not just those in the state of Chiapas.
Email required Address never made public. Analysis and Proposals of Public Policy Journal. Desde tiempos de la llamada Cocopa historica, Jimmy –afectuosamente le Ilamabamos asi en ese grupo– habia establecido firmes lazos de amistad con el lider zapatista. The PRD and those that voted against the Bill should start looking for other alternatives and lobby with the State Legislatures that have to approve the Bill and have them make changes.
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By early January, Fox had withdrawn troops from three of the seven points demanded by the Zapatistas, released 17 out of more than prisoners sought by the Zapatistas and submitted the Cocopa bill to Congress.
Bartlett says that one of the major changes is that each state Local Congress, Governor and Indigenous Groups will decide what are the traditions and cultures of each Indigenous group. If the Mexico has waited six years for this we can wait a couple of months, but in return we want a quality document. Those that voted against the Bill said that it was “too light”, that it did not really attack the issues of inclusion, autonomy, traditions.
The PRD left the House floor as a sign of protest after the vote took place in the House, they acted in a very childish manner. The job of the Executive Branch, Xochitl Galvez and Luis Alvarez, Commissioner for Peace in Chiapas, both representatives of President Vicente Fox need to lobby and serve as mediators between all of the groups that are a part of this historic change.