Outrage ensued when Iris Aguirre provided chainlink fencing to indigenous communities in Zacatecas to ‘prevent people coming in and raping their girls’

A politician in northern Mexico has come under fire for giving away chainlink fencing to inhabitants of an indigenous community as way to stop sexual assaults.

Iris Aguirre posted a photo on her Facebook page in which she posed with bales of wire fencing and poles with a caption saying the materials would be put to use in a rugged region of Zacatecas state populated by the indigenous Tepehuán people.

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