The Sinaloa government provided 1,200,000 students with free uniforms.
It was El Mayo who from the beginning was involved in negotiations for the release of the two men.
Officials said that the state of Chiapas was where the National Coordinator of Education Workers (CNTE) had its greatest support.
The president said México’s children and young people cannot “be hostages” to any cause or the demands of any group.
On Sunday most restrictions on flights between México and the United States were lifted.
The revised data is less than the preliminary figure of 0.3 percent reported by the INEGI last month.
A serious shortage of medicine continues to plague Mazatlán’s general hospital.
The total liabilities of Mexican households with banks and other financial institutions amounted to just over 3 billion pesos to March.
The CNDH said there were also two cases of torture and four more deaths caused by excessive force.
In the state of Oaxaca about 500 private education schools have announced that they will open their doors.
The owner of ADO said the blockades in Chiapas are made with bureaucratic schedule, i.e., they take two hours for lunch.
Media reported today two more bodies of men found in the outskirts of the city.
Last year of the total number of visitors to México 58 percent were from the United States.
The teachers’ strike is one of the factors that has limited economic growth.
The main demand of the CNTE is abrogating educational reform.