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Old 11-16-2012, 07:11 AM   #1178
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It's because after Tlatelalco in '68 all government levels don't like to get involved, not to mention the complicated schemes and deals the unions have worked out with the political parties. Sometimes it still, by sheer inertia, spins out of control like Oaxaca with the teacher's strike and the student's strike (a few very militant ones) at UNAM. Some areas of the country, particularly at universities, are taking back installations by force, but only when it makes some politician look heroic and serves their interests. It is a slippery slope and gets really complicated, like most syndicato stuff.
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