They ‘take’ Villa Unión primary school that lacks electricity

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Parents took over the facilities of the Salvador Alvarado Elementaryin the syndicate of Villa Unionin protest so that the directors of the Sepic take a letter in the problems they live.

They point out that for several weeks they have not had electric power and pupils no longer withstand the effects of increased temperature.

The director María de la Luz Valdés commented that it is unfair that children receive classes in these conditions.

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