Cancun, QR. During this weekend, the works of the Mayan Train, Section 5 south, between Playa del Carmen and Tulum, were suspended, in compliance with the judicial resolution derived from the amparo trial promoted by divers-cavers who claim their right to a healthy environment.

The new hearing date was set for May 13, which will resolve whether or not the definitive suspension of Section 5 of the Mayan Train proceeds while the underlying case is resolved.

The new date was determined because the six dependencies and organizations involved in the amparo trial were not notified for the diligence of this Friday, April 22.

Members of the Sélvame del Tren movement reported that this implies that until the incidental hearing is resolved, the works on Section 5 south, west of Playa del Carmen, must remain suspended.

Meanwhile, in his morning conference, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that on Monday, April 25, he will receive the artistic community that has rejected the construction of the Mayan Train on Section 5 that runs from Tulum to Cancun at the National Palace.

He pointed out that in this meeting he will seek to provide all the information about the project and what will be the actions that his government is undertaking to reduce the environmental impact.

For this, the Sélvame del Tren collective prepares information on the discovery of at least 8 underground systems in the section of Section 5 of the Mayan Train.

Through her Twitter account, Ainat Gaia, a speleologist, human rights defender and environmental activist, shared a video and several photographs in which she showed the reason why she assured that the works on Section 5 of the Train have not continued. Maya.

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The activist explained that in the area there are already the marks where the train passed, but right in the middle of the axis of Section 5 there is a geological depression, better known as a sinkhole, about 15 to 20 meters high and around 60 meters wide.

Just at the end of last March, environmental organizations such as Siempre Unidas, Jaguar Wildlife Center, Centinelas del Agua, Red de Formadores Socioambientales and Moce Yax Cuxtal confirmed the presence of a huge cavern that is part of the Angry Wasp underground river system, right in the gap that is opening in the middle of the jungle to make way for Section 5 of the Mayan Train.

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