The parents of the s and the federal government , with the support of the , will reinstate the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts ( GIEI ) to help in the investigation.

This group of independent experts was at odds with the after it refuted the government’s version of the events and provided scientific evidence that demolishes the so-called historic truth presented by Peña Nieto ’s government.

Back in January, the parents met with Alejandro Encinas , the Human Rights Minister, and agreed to work the independent experts once again, five years after their sons went missing.

International organizations such as the and the IACHR urged the administration to solve the case and have agreed to help the current Mexican administration to solve the e nforced disappearance case.

On January 8, the parents met with Alejandro Gertz Manero , Mexico’s Attorney General.

The victim’s parents met with President López Obrador , who has vowed to solve the case at any cost.

After their meeting with President López Obrador , the parents said they expect to receive important developments in regards to the case in February or March after authorities analyze forensic evidence in laboratories in Mexico and at the I nnsbruck University in Austria .

Vidulfo Rosales

, the parents’ lawyer, said that the new findings made in 2019 suggest that the were separated into different groups, truth presented by the Peña Nieto administration.

President López Obrador

will meet with the parents of the ever month.

In September 2014 , from a rural teacher-training school located in Ayotzinapa , in the state of Guerrero went missing and were allegedly kidnapped and massacred by a drug cartel .

On May 7, the IACHR and the Mexican government signed an to reinstate the GIEI to the investigation on the Ayotzinapa case.

The agreement states that the GIEI will operate independently and will be comprised of Ángela Buitrago (Colombia), Carlos Beristain (Spain), Francisco Cox (Chile), and Claudia Paz (Guatemala).

“The GIEI will provide technical assistance in the investigation of the Ayotzinapa case , which includes participating in the elaboration of search plans, technical analysis and contribution in the investigations, monitoring the implementation of the Agreement on Attention and Possible Compensation for the victims and their relatives, the identification of torture patterns, and the analysis of the investigation’s guarantees of independence,” said the IACHR in a statement

It added that the GIEI will work in the case for nine months and that it will release the first report after the first three months. Its results will be shared with the IACHR, the Ayotzinapa Truth Commission (COVAJ), Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office (FGR), the victims , and their legal representatives, and with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights .


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