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Clinton habla de los 43 estudiantes desaparecidos en México

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Es indignante lo que le sucedió a 43 estudiantes desaparecidos en México, comentó recientemente Hillary Clinton.
La candidata presidencial demócrata declaró en una entrevista con el periódico La Opinión, que también fue citado en El Universal, que ella no descansaría hasta descubrir lo que le  pasó a los estudiantes si ella formara parte del gobierno mexicano.
El gobierno mexicano no ha identificado paradero de los estudiantes, quienes desaparecieron en el 2014. Algunos miembros del gobierno han declarado que los estudiantes murieron de manera natural. Otros están tratando de determinar si los estudiantes fueron asesinados.
Además, si hay algo que Estados Unidos pueda hacer para ayudar a México a resolver el caso, Clinton proveería ese apoyo, dijo ella.
Los comentarios provienen después de un criticismo reciente por parte de Clinton sobre los abusos a los derechos humanos en México. Después de mirar un video donde un grupo de soldados torturaban a una mujer, ella hizo un llamado al gobierno mexicano para establecer estándares “éticos” más altos entre sus divisiones militares.
Clinton también declaró, que si resultara electa, trataría de expandir y fortalecer la relación entre Estados Unidos con México.

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Clinton discusses the 43 missing students in Mexico

By Chara
It’s outrageous what happened to the 43 students missing in Mexico, Hillary Clinton commented recently.
The Democratic presidential candidate stated in an interview with the newspaper La Opinion – which also was quoted in El Universal – that she wouldn’t rest until she found out what had happened to the students if she were part of the Mexican government.
The Mexican government hasn’t identified the whereabouts of the students, who disappeared in 2014. Some government members have stated the students died naturally. Others are trying to determine if the students were murdered.
In addition, if there’s something the United States can do to help Mexico solve the case, Clinton will provide support, she said.
The comments follow recent criticism by Clinton about human rights abuses in Mexico. After watching a video where a group of soldiers tortured a woman, she called on the Mexican government to establish higher “ethical” standards among its military branches.
Clinton also has stated that, if elected, she will look into expanding and strengthening the United States’ relationship with Mexico.

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