The students forcibly hijacked the buses at various points, where they forced the passengers to get off the units.
In their second week of struggle and sit-in, students from the 11 normalista schools took over five public transport buses, which they used to hold rallies on strategic roads in the city of Oaxaca, to demand the delivery of 600 teaching jobs.
In their actions and mobilizations, the students forcibly hijacked the buses at various points where they forced the passengers to get off the units by force.
Later, they were transferred to at least four road intersections, on the Pan-American highway, at the Tehuantepec Isthmus exit, at the Oaxaca-Mexico highway junction exit, 5 Señores Avenue at the Carretera Distributor, and Heroes Avenue. of Chapultepec.
Meanwhile, in an alternate venue, tripartite negotiation tables are held with the participation of officials from the state government, the Ministry of Public Education (SEP), and the Ministry of the Interior (Segob).
The protesters demand the automatic delivery of 600 teaching positions, as well as equipment for their schools and the dismissal of school principals whom they accuse of corruption and committing sexual harassment.
They also ask that section 22 of the CNTE leave the negotiation tables for the granting of vacancies that correspond to graduates, not to teachers who have lost vacancies.
Meanwhile, in the institutional part, it is reported that as a result of the work tables 2,557 places have been authorized for students and it is noted that there are more than 1,500 who cannot access them because they have not completed their studies or They do not have a master’s degree.
Source: milenio.com, red-capital.com.mx