New Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has signed a decree to open a fact fee to research the disappearance of 43 college students.
The coed academics had been kidnapped from the city of Iguala in 2014, and subsequently killed, allegedly by members of the safety forces.
The announcement was made on Mr López Obrador’s first working day in workplace.
There have been no high-profile prosecutions for the murders, which shocked Mexico and the world.
The 65-year-old, popularly identified by his initials Amlo, gained a landslide victory in July – his third presidential bid. He was sworn in as president on Saturday.
Opening an investigation into the Iguala killings was a key election promise for the brand new president. Regardless of the outrage over the case, correspondents say the shortage of significant motion or any prosecution of these concerned was a stain on the earlier administration.
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“The entire authorities goes to assist with this plan”, he advised the victims’ households who had gathered for the occasion, “and I can guarantee you that there can be no impunity both on this unhappy and painful case or in another.”
In his first early morning information convention on Monday, which began at 07:00 native time, he promised to carry “deep and radical” change to the nation. The occasion marked a modified from the behaviour of his predecessors, who not often held conferences.
“Is not that a change, that I’m right here, informing you?” he requested reporters.
The president has additionally began to press forward with different marketing campaign guarantees, corresponding to promoting the presidential airplane as a part of a drive to scale back authorities luxuries.
On Sunday, he took his first flight as president on a business plane with the remainder of the passengers.