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Of Veracruz to play under the name iburones. This rumor stirred up divided feelings in the locals. The club the following year with this rumor lingering in their mind the club failed to qualify for the playoffs and just waited to play that year's champion in the promotion match. The Promotion series was played against San Luis F.C. who took the Invierno 2001, the club lost that promotion match 4-2 after coming off a bad tournament in the Invierno 2001. The club had a second chance to be promoted
. Regions thumb right 240px The entrance to Cañón del Sumidero (Image:CanonDelSumidero.jpg) Cities * Tuxtla Gutiérrez -- state capital - large, hot, relatively modern (Sam's Club, Office Depot, Wal-Mart), and home to one of the world's great zoos. * San Cristobal de las Casas -- 7,000 ft., beautiful, Mayan, lots of handicrafts, small ex-pat community. Also has Sam's Club. * San Juan Chamula -- Tsotsil indigenous village * Comitan -- surprisingly sophisticated
, there are people who also make original cactus thread embroidery products. Born in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Valls Hernández studied law at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. He has served as Magistrate of the Superior Court of Justice of the Federal District (Mexican Federal District) and served as Legal Director of the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS). years active 1999−present territory '''Mexico''': Tamaulipas
, and the Prospects for Democratization" Some scholars even view this democratization as an indication of the creation of a "radical, socio-technical paradigm to challenge the dominant, neoliberal and technologically determinist model of information and communication technologies." Preston, Paschal "Reshaping Communications: Technology, Information and Social Change," London:Sage, 2001 A less radical view along these same lines is that people
to wear a blouse with a round collar embroidered with flowers and a black skirt decorated with ribbons and tied with a cloth belt. The Lacandon people tend to wear a simple white tunic. They also make a ceremonial tunic from bark (amate), decorated with astronomy symbols. In Tenejapa, women wear a huipil embroidered with Mayan fretwork along with a black wool rebozo. Men wear short pants, embroidered at the bottom. Commons:Category:Chiapas
Government (JBGs). These are not recognized by the federal or state governments; they oversee local community programs on food, health and education, as well as taxation. '''''Magnolia guatemalensis''''' is a tree found in the highlands and mountains of Chiapas, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras. It is considered an indicator species of the cloud forest. - 6 Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas 15 San Juan Bautista la Raya, Oaxaca - ''Terciopelo
. The last of these rebellions was the 1994 Zapatista uprising (Zapatista Army of National Liberation), which succeeded in obtaining new rights for indigenous people. Mary Ann Tenuto Sanchez, Sept. 26, 2003. Zapatistas Retake the Political Stage in Mexico http: chiapas-support.org Leonidas Oikonomakis on August 6, 2013 Zapatistas celebrate 10 years of autonomy with ‘escuelita’ the commemoration of the 1994 uprising that "we don’t have to ask the government’s
;acteconom" Hidalgo, p. 112–113. Main power stations are located at Malpaso, La Angostura, Chicoasén and Peñitas, which produce about eight percent of Mexico's hydroelectric energy. Manuel Moreno Torres plant (Chicoasén Dam) on the Grijalva River the most productive in Mexico. All of the hydroelectric plants are owned and operated by the Federal Electricity Commission (Comisión Federal de Electricidad, CFE). Chiapas is rich in petroleum reserves. Oil production began during the 1980s and Chiapas has become the fourth largest producer of crude oil and natural gas among the Mexican states. Many reserves are yet untapped, but between 1984 and 1992, PEMEX drilled nineteen oil wells in the Lacandona Jungle. Currently, petroleum reserves are found in the municipalities of Juárez, Ostuacán, Pichucalco and Reforma in the north of the state with 116 wells accounting for about 6.5% of the country's oil production. It also provides about a quarter of the country’s natural gas. This production equals Commons:Category:Chiapas
unit_pref Metric area_footnotes area_total_km2 73311 area_land_km2 area_water_km2 area_water_percent area_note Ranked 10th (List of Mexican states by area) elevation_m elevation_max_footnotes elevation_max_m 4080 elevation_max_ft elevation_min_m elevation_min_ft population_footnotes population_total 4,983,116 population_as_of 2012 population_density_km2 auto population_density_rank 15th (List of Mexican states by population density) population_demonym Chiapaneco (a) population_note population_rank 7th (List of Mexican states by population) timezone1 CST (Central Standard Time) utc_offset1 -6 timezone1_DST CDT (Central Daylight Time) utc_offset1_DST -5 postal_code_type Postal code (Postal codes in Mexico) postal_code 29 – 30 area_code_type Area code area_code title Area codes (Area codes in Mexico by code (900-999)) frame_style border:none; padding: 0; title_style list_style text-align:left;display:none; 1 • 916 2 • 917 3 • 918 4 • 919 5 • 932 6 • 934 7 • 961 8 • 962 9 • 963 10 • 964 11 • 965 12 • 966 13 • 967 14 • 968 15 • 992 16 • 994 iso_code MX-CHP blank_name_sec1 HDI (Human Development Index) blank_info_sec1 0.648 '''Medium''' Ranked 32nd of 32 (List of Mexican states by HDI) blank_name_sec2 GDP blank_info_sec2 US$ 11,957,977.89 th (Thousand) website footnotes a. By the will of the people of Chiapas expressed by direct vote for incorporation into the Federation.
'''Chiapas''' ( ), is one of the 31 states that, with the Federal District (Mexico City), make up the 32 Federal Entities (Political divisions of Mexico) of Mexico. It is divided into 118 municipalities (Municipalities of Chiapas) and its capital city is Tuxtla (Tuxtla, Chiapas). Other important population centers in Chiapas include San Cristóbal de las Casas, Comitán, Tapachula and Arriaga. Located in Southeastern Mexico, it is the southernmost State of Mexico. It is bordered by the states of Tabasco to the north, Veracruz to the northwest and Oaxaca to the west. To the east Chiapas borders Guatemala, and to the south the Pacific Ocean.
In general, Chiapas has a humid, tropical climate. In the north, in the area bordering Tabasco, near Teapa, rainfall can average more than per year. In the past, natural vegetation at this region was lowland, tall perennial rainforest, but this vegetation has been cleared almost completely to give way to agriculture and ranching. Rainfall decreases moving towards the Pacific Ocean, but it is still abundant enough to allow the farming of bananas and many other tropical crops near Tapachula. On the several parallel "sierras" or mountain ranges running along the center of Chiapas, climate can be quite temperate and foggy, allowing the development of cloud forests like those of the Reserva de la Biosfera el Triunfo, home to a handful of Resplendent Quetzals and Horned Guans.
Chiapas is home to the ancient Maya (Maya civilization)n ruins of Palenque, Yaxchilán, Bonampak, and Chinkultic. It is also home to one of the largest indigenous populations in the country with twelve federally recognized ethnicities. Much of the state’s history is centered on the subjugation of these peoples with occasional rebellions. The last of these rebellions was the 1994 Zapatista uprising (Zapatista Army of National Liberation), which succeeded in obtaining new rights for indigenous people. Mary Ann Tenuto Sanchez, Sept. 26, 2003. Zapatistas Retake the Political Stage in Mexico http: chiapas-support.org Leonidas Oikonomakis on August 6, 2013 Zapatistas celebrate 10 years of autonomy with ‘escuelita’ the commemoration of the 1994 uprising that "we don’t have to ask the government’s permission to be autonomous."