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In 1997, the "Fourth Declaration from the Lacandon Jungle" announced the foundation of the FZLN as a civil society organization based on (neo)zapatista ideology.
He said the new proposal "rejects a policy that had become generalized -- including, it seems, from the highest levels -- of repression, of aggression against autonomous groups, of physical imprisonment of the FZLN by means of blocking land communication."
For example, the "chiapas-1" list is run through computers at the Universidad Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City The Zapatista National Liberation Front (FZLN)(16) operates both a list ("fzln-1") and a series of voluminous multi-lingual web pages carrying news and documents regarding the negotiation process in Chiapas and more general discussions in Mexico.
Sub-comandante Marcos (the mestizo reclaiming his indigenous identity among the indigenous comandantes!) has become the `armed democrat' in Mexico, and the EZLN has fired up the Frente Zapatista (FZLN) as the national civil arm of the insurgency.
EZLN leader Subcomandante Marcos gave few details on the new group, saying only that it would replace its political arm, the Frente Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional (FZLN).
El arte de la fuga fue publicada dos anos despues del alzamiento del Ejercito Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional, y el mismo ano que el EZLN anuncia la creacion de un frente civil, el Frente Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional (FZLN).
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