Rogelio Martínez Ortega takes office as the new Acting Governor of the State of Guerrero, in the city of Chilpancingo, Mexico on Oct. 26, 2014. Martínez Ortega took office as the new Acting Governor after the resignation of Governor Angel Aguirre who said he was putting his duties aside while an investigation continues nearly a month after 43 students disappeared and six people were killed in an attack that has implicated local police and politicians in the city of Iguala. Aguirre had been a target of protester’s anger since the incident.
Rogelio Martínez Ortega takes office as the new Acting Governor of the State of Guerrero, in the city of Chilpancingo, Mexico on Oct. 26, 2014. Martínez Ortega took office as the new Acting Governor after the resignation of Governor Angel Aguirre who said he was putting his duties aside while an investigation continues nearly a month after 43 students disappeared and six people were killed in an attack that has implicated local police and politicians in the city of Iguala. Aguirre had been a target of protester’s anger since the incident. AP
Rogelio Martínez Ortega takes office as the new Acting Governor of the State of Guerrero, in the city of Chilpancingo, Mexico on Oct. 26, 2014. Martínez Ortega took office as the new Acting Governor after the resignation of Governor Angel Aguirre who said he was putting his duties aside while an investigation continues nearly a month after 43 students disappeared and six people were killed in an attack that has implicated local police and politicians in the city of Iguala. Aguirre had been a target of protester’s anger since the incident. AP

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