Media in category flag of the ezln the following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total. Ezln's aim was to bring global attention to the marginalization of the large chiapan indigenous community in order to force change in the federal government zapatista national liberation army (ezln), also known as zapatistas, ejercito zapatistas de liberación nacional (ezln) is an active group formed c 1993. The ezln or 'zapatistas' for short, began an uprising against the government of mexico in 1994 while armed revolution has died down zapatistas are not turning in arms, due to circumstances.
The zapatista army of national liberation (ejército zapatista de liberación nacional, ezln) often referred to as the zapatistas is a revolutionary leftist group based in chiapas, the southernmost state of mexico. Communiques from the ezln (zapatistas) a selection of statements issued by the zapatista army of national liberation and by subcomandante insurgente marcos, chiapas, mexico. Subcomandante marcos, the famous voice of the zapatista army of national liberation (ezln),announced in the early hours of sunday, may 26 that he ending his role as the group's spokesperson and military commander or as he put it, subcomandante marcos, a harlequin and a hologram created.
Free shipping ★ activist shirts and ethical clothing coop ★ we donate to charities and support activist causes . Zapatista national liberation army: zapatista national liberation army (ezln), guerrilla group in mexico, founded in the late 20th century and named for the early 20th-century peasant revolutionary emiliano zapata. Masked members of the zapatista national liberation army, ezln, raise their fists during an event marking the 20th anniversary of the zapatista uprising in the town of oventic, chiapas, mexico. We need to have in mind first that ezln armed uprising was in 1994 many facts and political episodes occured since that ages now ezln have full sovereign and authonomous territories without any government funds and intervention, the babies which.
Invitation to a gathering of support networks for the indigenous governing council to comparte 2018, for life and freedom and to the fifteenth anniversary event of the zapatista caracoles entitled, paint little caracoles to the past, present and future bad governments  july 2018 to the individuals, groups, collectives and organizations of the support networks. For their part, the ezln's 'insurrectionary rule' - the oath that every person had to take on joining the organization - says, for example: 'i swear before the memory of the heroes and martyrs of our people and the international proletariat. Critical thought in the face of the capitalist hydra: i: contributions by the sixth commission of the ezln [sixth commission of the ezln] on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers.
Ezln is an acronym for ejército zapatista de liberacion nacional (zapatista national liberation army) the ezln, or zapatistas, seeks codification of the rights of indigenous people in the mexican constitution and wants autonomy for mexican indigenous communities. Chiapas erupted on the morning of 1 january 1994, laying bare all the contradictions of mexican capitalism, if not global for further informations in german click on the flag. Introduction a great deal has been written about the zapatista national liberation army (ezln) following their january 1, 1994 assault on several towns in eastern chiapas.
What also remains in dispute is the legacy, the impact, and the strength of the ezln in mexico today text by luis chaparro follow luis on twitter @luiskuryaki. The ezln's terrorism: an eyewitness account by hugo l6pez ochoa the self-dubbed insurrectionary movement known as the zapatista national liberation army (ezln) is. The ezln has not responded to the latest developments however, in a statement issued on friday and signed by the subcomanders galeano and moises, the zapatistas declared they don't support amlo. From dorset chiapas solidarity joint communique from the national indigenous congress and the ezln on the cowardly police attack against the national coordinating committee of education workers and the indigenous community of nochixtlán, oaxaca.