The families of the miners of Santa Rosita, Coahuila have a sit-in in the DF, where they demand of the Secretary of Labor the search and rescue of the bodies of the 63 miners who were trapped after an explosion on February 19, 2006 inside a mine known as the Pasta de Conchos Mine.
The relatives argue that the owners of the Industrial Minera Mexico company do not comply with mine security standards and maintain a framework of corruption with the labor authorities, which has generated a greater risk of fatal accidents to the miners, costing human lives.
The rescue efforts have been stopped for months by orders of the company and the government, which is why the relatives of the victims think that the bodies were only a short distance away from being rescued. This would confirm their assertions that what killed the miners was the company's irresponsibility and eagerness for greater profit, and not an unforeseeable accident.
The mining industry has been a hard contradiction for Mexico and other countries where it operates. While for a few it generates multimillionaire gains, the legions of workers it condemns to a life of low wages and deplorable conditions.
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