AMLO assured that Sunday’s march “is not a matter of colors” and called on those carried to stay at home

(Photo: Cuartoscuro)
(Photo: Cuartoscuro)

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) He once again summoned the citizens to participate in the march that he himself will lead next Sunday, November 27, which has the purpose, as explained by the president, of celebrating “the transformation that Mexico is experiencing.”

This mobilization “is not a matter of colors,” according to the president, but a project opposed to the one that had been generated previously in the country.

“If they are going to wear white, pink or blue, everyone is free,” said the president.

The march that will begin at 9:00 am next Sunday, will depart from Angel of Independence heading to Zocalo of the city of mexico. In this sense, López Obrador was ironic about the accusations of opponents for the probable participation of “carried” on the go

“Do not come carried”, He joked in the morning conference broadcast from the National Palace on November 21.

Stock image.  Demonstrators march against the electoral reform proposed by Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and in support of the National Electoral Institute (INE) in Mexico City, Mexico.  November 13, 2022. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
Stock image. Demonstrators march against the electoral reform proposed by Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and in support of the National Electoral Institute (INE) in Mexico City, Mexico. November 13, 2022. REUTERS/Luis Cortes

“People come on their own feet, of their own free will (…) I don’t know where they get that we are going to do an act with haulers, if we have 70% approval, how much is 70% approval in 90 million Mexicans? or 80 million? (…) of course not everyone will come, but that’s how we are, ”she assured.

It should be remembered that the march promoted by López Obrador took place after a mobilization against the Electoral Reform —that both the president and his party, National Regeneration Movement (Morena)they seek to implement— will crowd Paseo de la Reforma on November 13.

In this regard, the president has been criticized for calling a demonstration shortly after a march against him had been held, because, according to opponents, it would be a way of “showing muscle” before his adversaries, a situation that the Head of the Executive has denied.

“Clarify, the march is not for the Electoral Reform, it is to strengthen the transformation movement and celebrate the achievements,” he cut short this Monday.

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