Candidates rejected for degrees in medicine and nursing from the Autonomous University of Guerrero (UAGro) installed a factory in the Costera Miguel Alemán in Acapulco to demand their admission.
15 of the 22 young people unhappy with the result of the admission test set up tents and tarpaulins in the roundabout of La Diana, one of the main roads in the city.
In an interview, one of the rejected School of Medicine -who did not reveal his name- indicated that they will remain in the place until they are attended by university authorities.
This protest is in addition to those held on October 6 of this year.
On that occasion, the students completely blocked traffic in front of a private university that, according to them, was owned by the Dean of the UAGro, Javier Saldaa Almazn.
The rejected young people accuse Saldaa Almazn of selling tuition to medical and nursing schools in the Autonomous Region of Guerrero, as they say that we all gave the required grade, but we were not admitted.
The protesters have been demonstrating since the end of September, but it was in early October that they intensified their activities in the demand for a space in the UAGro.
So far, the dean or other university authority has not issued a charge.
The plantation site remains protected by the municipal police.
By Alfonso Jurez Y Karla Bentez