The National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) of Mexico reported today that it has a report of two missing trucks, about 80 people, of the migrants caravan who entered Mexico on October 19 to the United States.
At a press conference, the commission's general visitor, Edgar Corzo, indicated that the agency issued precautionary measures to search for people and keep their integrity.
"Disappeared are two buses, we are making the corresponding arrangements, we issue precautionary measures so that people are searched, their integrity is kept," said Corzo.
He reported that a person denounced the situation before an instance of law enforcement in the state of Oaxaca and the CNDH carried out the corresponding accompaniment together with the State Human Rights Commission of the entity.
Corzó pointed to the municipality of Isla, in the state of Veracruz, where they disappeared "we are asking for information and asking people."
On that subject, the Ombudsman of the Ombudsman of the Human Rights of the People of Oaxaca (DDHPO), Arturo Peimbert Calvo, alerted this day, through Twitter, of the disappearance of 100 Central Americans of the first migrants caravan which aims to reach the United States.
"We are in the middle of an emergency, since Saturday, November 3 are reported as missing about 100 exodus migrants who boarded two trucks in subhuman conditions," he said.
Peimbert Calvo told local media that the case was denounced, but state and federal authorities have ignored him and said that only the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has taken an interest in the case.
Meanwhile, Corzo recalled that they had warned migrants and authorities that this was "a fairly complicated stretch in terms of security" and "risks of organized crime."
The visitor explained that migrants in their attempt to move "get on a truck quickly and others can not go up, they come in families, we have to find the connection of that information so that they are there and we are working to identify them and see what is what happened".
On the work that the Government of Mexico and the Federal Police have played during this emergency, Corzo said that his action has been "more containment than humanitarian assistance."
Regarding the situation of migrants in the shelter that was available in Ciudad de MexicoIn a football stadium in the sports complex of Magdalena Mixhiuca, the Commission warned that "there is disorganization and hygiene issues are few and health issues are not sufficiently addressed".