The Democratic Revolution Party (PRD) approved the support of the German government in the Ayotzinapa case, but rejected their advice concerning the Unified Command, announced PRD Secretary of International Relations, Irán Moreno.
Moreno explained that in the case of the disappearances of the 43 students in Iguala, Guerrero, the German government is in favor of investigators from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH) in Mexico spending more time on the case.
The Ayotzinapa case involves the 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers College who went missing in September 2014 after their forced disappearance.
In regards to the Unified Command, the PRD member said that in addition to requiring police forces to approve the police model before the Chamber of Deputies ordinary session concludes, the punitive policy implemented by the German government to fight drug trafficking is wrong.
The Unified Command is a collaborative effort of state police forces throughout Mexico.
Moreno announced that the PRD will request an audience with authorities like the Foreign Relations Secretariat and the Secretariat of Governance to address the CIDH’s issues.
President Enrique Peña Nieto did not participate in the summit on drugs, because his policies against drug trafficking have been disasters, Moreno added.