This Saturday, June 13, the second Anti-AMLO caravan was held, through which they request the revocation of the mandate of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Consulates of Mexico in the United States warned the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) of a demonstration that will take place this Saturday, against President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
The demonstration is organized by the National Anti AMLO Front (Frena) and will take place between today Saturday and Sunday morning, inside and outside Mexico.
At least the Mexican consulates in Houston, Dallas, and Los Angeles, among others, warned the Mexican Foreign Ministry about the pamphlets that are already circulating and with which they are invited to participate in the demonstration.
“I would like to inform you that we have received a copy of a virtual flyer in which the organization called FRENA (Frente Nacional AntiAMLO) mentions various representations of Mexico abroad in which demonstrations will take place this Saturday, June 13, 2020,” the staff explained. from the Mexican consulate in Los Angeles, in a communication sent to the Secretariat for North America.
The second protest
This is the second demonstration to which this Frena group summons, which is led by Pedro Luis Martín, who was a member of the Soriana Board of Directors.
The National AntiAMLO Front (Frena) is a self-proclaimed citizen and peaceful movement, what it seeks is for President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to resign the presidency, all through legal channels and social pressure.
The first protest caravan was held last Saturday, May 30, in over 70 cities in the country.
It was a protest on board cars, from where banners were shown with the legend -among others: “Fuera AMLO”
Cross border annoyance
For this weekend he was summoned again to take to the streets. The call was also launched to protest in front of Mexican embassies and consulates abroad. The call was made in Austin, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Dallas, Texas; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Houston Texas; The Vegas, Nevada; Los Angeles California; San Antonio, Texas; San Francisco California; Toronto Canada; Amsterdam, Holland, among others.
The representations of Mexico abroad have informed the local authority, simply as a mere precautionary measure.
Most of the Mexican consulates in the United States have restarted essential activities, especially regarding the issuance of documents.
The National Anti-AMLO Front ensures that more and more cities join the movement and this weekend 120 cities are protesting with the hash tag #AMLOVeteYA
With the hash tag #AMLOVeteYa motorists on board their units circulate through the streets
The caravan organized by the National Anti-AMLO Front (FRENAAA) this weekend, will not only take place this Saturday 13 but also on Sunday 14, according to the call made previously, at different times and cities in the country.
“There are already 120. Motorcyclists, cyclists, tractors, public transport and many people invite to go to this caravan that Lopez is looking for to resign. We are not opposition, we have said it many times, we are Mexico and this time we are going to put on the national team jersey because we are the people who work, the people who strive. ”
The call to the Anti-AMLO march marks that motorists must bring lights on from cars, they can be intermittent and put the motto of the movement in capacete: #AMLOVeteYa.
“And remember do not be provoked by anyone, we are acting under the law, we have already made a written and respectful request to ask for resignation according to the eighth constitutional article, the ninth article allows us to group together and go out and say what we want as Mexicans “They added.
Among the participating cities that the National Anti-AMLO Front lists are Mexico City, Tabasco, Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Cajitilán, Cancún, Ciudad Juárez, Obregón, Celaya, Chihuahua, Chilpancingo, Colima, Cuautitlán, Cuernavaca, Culiacán, Durango, Ensenada , Guadalajara, Guasabe, Guaymas, Guanajuato, Hermosillo and Irapuato.
Source: elimparcial.com.mx, publimetro.com.mx, latimes.com
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