• He stressed the government’s commitment to ensuring that the investigation reaches its ultimate consequences, determines responsibilities and locates those responsible for these regrettable events.

On the second anniversary of the tragic events that occurred in Iguala, Guerrero, President Enrique Peña Nieto today reiterated the government’s firm commitment, “To working in depth and expanding the investigations by the Attorney General’s Office, so that these facts are duly clarified”.

“There is no other interest. The government’s sole interest has been to determine exactly what happened in Ayotzinapa, in Iguala, with total openness and transparency,” he said.

The president stressed his government’s commitment to ensuring that the investigation, “Reaches the ultimate consequences, determines responsibilities, locates those responsible, including those involved in organized crime, institutions or members of the municipal authorities, municipal police, and all those identified as allegedly responsible for these very unfortunate events,” that led to the disappearance of 43 young students.

In a press statement, as part of his participation in the activities to mark the signing of the Peace Accords in Colombia, the president declared: “Now is the time to confirm the government’s firm commitment to arriving at the ultimate consequences in the ongoing investigation, which has also involved the participation of international organizations, especially the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, which Mexico has allowed to become involved, investigate and contribute to the work of the authorities responsible for conducting the investigation, which is the Attorney General’s Office”.