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dchoiceisalwaysrs

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Looks like scientology is having some legal trouble in Mexico

http://www.excelsior.com.mx/opinion/enrique-aranda/2017/05/12/1163038

the following excerpt is provided by Google translator

The project, it must be said, advanced and the construction had practically begun until, at the end of April, neighbors of the exclusive Lomas de las Palmas fractionation, forced to the municipal authority headed by the panista Enrique Vargas of the Villar that, to Through a personal Twitter, announced to the inhabitants of the area that, after talking with the PRI governor Eruviel Avila Villegas , had decided to cancel permits granted since December 2016 and, consequently, to close the work in progress ...

... doubtless, apart from the possibility that they could be reactivated if, at the time, the undersecretariat of Population, Migration and Religious Affairs of Government, by Humberto Roque Villanueva, ends up accepting to grant to Scientology status Of church that its managers have been negotiating for several decades and that, in truth and in view their main postulates and fundamental documents, have only obtained in other latitudes by exception ...
 

dchoiceisalwaysrs

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I don't speak Spanish and that translation doesn't help much but is this the story that Tony Ortega has been covering?

http://tonyortega.org/2017/05/07/ev...ed-muscle-but-for-now-strikes-out/#more-39797

Yes it is. I thought it good to link to a Mexican publication to help bring it a little more into the Mexican nation's viewing.

In fact and I don't know how to go about it in an efficient manner, I would like to see more English stories shared so they appear in other languages and other country publications.
 
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