Mozilla Firefox browser in Mexico has launched the beta version of its software translated into 22 Mexican Indigenous languages, as well as four others from the rest of Latin America, reported TV Notas on Monday.
The project required the participation of members of Indigenous communities.
The browser should be available soon in the Mexican states of Puebla, Chiapas and Yucatan, among others.
If Mozilla Firefox is already set up in Spanish, it is possible to download the Indigenous version or to cooperate with the project from the official Mozilla Mexico page.
According to the company, the project has been created because of the importance of promoting the use of native languages, and of increasing their Internet presence.
The move towards Indigenous inclusion comes only a few weeks after the Mexican National Commission on Human Rights (CNDH) found that Indigenous people in the country are still victims of human rights violations due to discrimination, inequality, and poverty.