Movement #132 takes to the streets of MexicoWorld News Not vetted story Vetted story Ciudad de México, México - 23 May 2012
"Movement of students from universities in the country asked the media on May 23, 2012 to fully inform citizens about the political contest in Mexico, believing that television and media companies, favor, informatively, one of the four candidates running for president of the republic," our contributor wrote.
"This move came after the alliance candidate for the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) and Partido Verde Ecologista de Mexico (PVEM)Enrique Peña Nieto rejected constantly occur in universities, but ultimately opted to attend the Ibero American University (UIA ), a private university in the country, where students of this university, rejected his presence with banners and shouting against him. The next day some media chose to ignore what happened or the opposite post and even reproduce what was said by the president of the PRI, dissatisfied young people "were not even the Ibero".
"The students responded with a video produced by them, where credential in hand confirmed to be students of this house of studies. This video involved 131 students, and students from other universities showed their support by saying "I'm 132" referring to the fact that they are all part of the movement in a torts sense."
Fernando Torres Téllez