[Above] from left to right; Luis Alberto Castellanos Alvarado, the Indigenous people’s governor Hipolito Arriaga Pote and Kalep Gonzalez Blanco.
INDIGENOUS RADIO: RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE AND THEIR LANGUAGES
Mexico City, MEXICO | Indigenous People are the bedrock of all nations. Mexico in particular, has identified its indigenous populations down to a scientific degree. Of all world countries, Mexico leads the way in not only having identified its indigenous populations individually, but also detailing each of its group’s 68 languages, individual ethnicity and specific history.
Today, Mexico’s Governor of the indigenous people of Mexico, Don Hipolito Arriaga Pote officially announced that the entire indigenous nation’s individual leaders had voted for two of the indigenous government’s key positions (equivalent to cabinet members).
The two posts are that of Secretary of Exterior Relations, Luis Alberto Castellanos Alvarado and the Secretary of Science and Technology, Kalep Gonzalez Blanco were named by Legal Decree (Act No. 19.941).
[Image Left] Mexico’s President Mr. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and the new Secretary of Science and Technology for the Indigenous People, Kalep Gonzalez Blanco.
Mexico’s Indigenous Nation will preserve its traditions and multiple cultures while also extending itself towards today’s state-of-the-art sciences and technologies.
Their interests go far beyond just local infrastructure, construction and agriculture. They are bringing the Indigenous People into all futuristic technologies including the study of Cryptocurrency and Aerospace exploration.
[Image Left] Both gentlemen on either side of the Governor of the Indigenous People (center) Hipolito Arriaga Pote, will be attending the International Indigenous People’s Day Celebration at the United Nations on August 9th, 2019 in New York City. Hipolito Arriaga Pote had previous governmental obligations and commitments whose scheduling could not be rescheduled.
Their swearing in ceremonies are scheduled for immediately after their return from Asia.
Mexican Indigenous languages are numerous, here are a few…
Nahuatl, Nahual, Macehualtlahtol, Melatahtol, Yucatec Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya, Otomí, Totonac, Mazatec, Mayan, Huastec, Mazahua, Chinantec, Mixe, Purépecha, Tlapanec, Tarahumara, Rarámuri, Amuzgo, Tzañcue, Chatino, Tojolab’al, Popoluca, Zoquean, Tuncápxe, Chontal de Tabasco, Yokot t’an, Huichol, Wixárika, Mayo, Tepehuán, O’otham, Ódami, Trique, Tinujéi, Cora, Naáyarite, Popoloca, Oto-manguean, Huave, Ikoods, Cuicatec, Yaqui, Yoem Noki, Hiak Nokpo, Q’anjob’al, Tepehua, Hamasipini, Pame, Xigüe, Mam, Qyool, Chontal de Oaxaca, Slijuala sihanuk, Chuj, Tacuate, Mixtec de Santa María Zacatepec, Tu’un Va’a, Chichimeca jonaz, Úza, Guarijío, Warihó, Chocho, Runixa ngiigua, Pima Bajo, Oob No’ok, Q’eqchí, Q’eqchí, Lacandón, Hach t’an, Jakaltek, Poptí, Abxubal, Matlatzinca, Ocuilteco, Tlahuica, Seri, Cmiique iitom, Ixcatec, K’iche’, Kaqchikel, Paipai, Jaspuy pai, Cucapá, Kuapá, Mototzintleco, Qatok, Kumiai, Ti’pai, Pápago, O’odham, Kikapú, Kikapoa, Ixil, Cochimí, Laymón, mti’pá, Kiliwa language, Ko’lew, Aguacatec