BREITBART — Mexican clergy leaders are calling for a dialogue with drug cartels in an attempt to bring peace to their war-torn country. Meanwhile, politicos call for media silence.
Claiming that the Mexican governments war on drugs has brought nothing but murder, kidnappings and extortions, Mexico’s Episcopal Conference (CEM) has publicly called for the dialogue with drug cartesl. The moves comes almost at the same time that a Mexican governor called for news outlets to stop focusing on the out of control violence in the region which has scared away tourism.
According to Mexico’s Proceso Magazine, the move for dialogue is spearheaded by Bishop Salvador Rangel Mendoza who heads the church in Chilpancingo, a town in the Mexican state of Guerrero. Chilpancingo has seen a dramatic spike in cartel violence.
“The church has always promoted dialogue, because without dialogue there can not be peace,” Rangel Mendoza is quoted by Proceso. “That is why it is needed to dialogue with the people who are dedicated to drug trafficking, but without making any concessions. Dialoguing is not making deals! … with them we can not make deals but we can come to some agreements.”
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