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Amparo allows protesters from Frenaaa to reach the Zócalo

After the Eighth District Judge on Administrative Matters ruled in favor of the members of the National Anti-Amlo Front (FRENAAA), the government of Mexico City reported that it will allow its mobilization to continue to the Zócalo.

According to the government of the capital, the access of this group is done in compliance with the law and to guarantee the health of all, there is an orientation from the Health Council so that all sanitary measures are taken.

Since last Saturday, the demonstration was installed on Avenida Juárez and Paseo de la Reforma, after the refusal of the police to advance towards the capital’s Zócalo.

Frenaaa Leader

Gilberto Lozano, leader of the National Anti-AMLO Front (Frenaaa), assured that this Wednesday the movement will continue its path to the capital’s Zócalo, from where they will not withdraw until President Andrés Manuel López Obrador resigns.

In an interview with Azucena Uresti on Radio Fórmula, Lozano said that this Wednesday at 8:00 in the morning the movement will continue its march towards the Zócalo grid to stop blocking Avenida Juárez and Paseo de la Reforma, where they hold a sit-in from on September 19.

“I believe tomorrow we are going to be inviting them so that together with us at 8:00 in the morning we continue our path and stop blocking. We are going to confirm it to the media tonight,” he said in the radio interview.

This Wednesday morning, policemen who were on Avenida Juárez to prevent the passage of the Anti-AMLO National Front to the Zócalo of Mexico City have withdrawn from the area.

The elements of the capital police that were guarding the Frenaaa sit-in left the place, in the face of complaints from the disagreeing that judges granted them protections to continue on their way to the capital’s Zócalo and set up their sit-in there.