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Mexican Indignados Movement

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Everything You Need To Know About Mexican Indignados Movement

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Demos across Spain to mark 2nd anniversary of Indignados movement

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Spain's Indignados movement holds anniversary march

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Spain - Los Indignados on the move

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Meet the rebellion of Spain's 'indignados' pensioners

The Mexican Indignados Movement is an ongoing protest movement that began on 28 March 2011 in response to the Mexican Drug War, government and corporate corruption, regressive economic policies, and growing economic inequality and poverty. The protests were called by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in response to the death of his son in Cuernavaca. The protesters have called for an end to the Drug War, the legalization of drugs, and the removal of Mexican President Felipe Calderón. Protests have occurred in over 40 Mexican cities, including an estimated 50,000 in Cuernavaca and 20,000 in Mexico City.
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