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People in street situations occupy FRENAAA tents

At the corner of Article 123 and Balderas streets, a group of homeless people make use of two tents, which were taken from the National Anti-AMLO Front (FRENAAA) camp.

These tents were handed over to them by one of the leaders of the groups in the demonstration set up from Paseo de la Reforma to Eje Central, after an outbreak of quarrel on Monday night, when the young people began to disarm the houses to take them .

Therefore, members of FRENAAA confronted them asking that they leave the tents in their place since they would be occupied later, in addition to the fact that they did not cooperate in their acquisition.

The discussion and the jaloneos lasted a few minutes and some of the police elements guarding the demonstration had to intervene, it was until one of the leaders of the groups that are in the sit-in gave them to them.

This Tuesday afternoon, the National Anti-AMLO Front (FRENAAA) sit-in was sanitized to prevent COVID-19 infections among its members, who have remained in the Historic Center since September 19.

Around 1:30 p.m. a group of people arrived at the demonstration, which is located on Avenida Juárez, to sanitize the interior of the protesters’ tents and the street where they are located.

“This is to benefit society, all those who are part of the movement to support the cause,” said Saturnino Díaz, who works at the Dirsa company and who led the process of sanitizing the sit-in.

The man explained that in addition to sanitizing the place, a sanitary protocol will be given to the disgruntled that, among other things, recommends maintaining a healthy distance between the tents, not stirring personal items and wearing face masks at all times.

“Following the protocols that we already know in general, as well as the one that we send them, it will be much easier to maintain good health for everyone,” said Santurnino Díaz.

During this day, the FRENAAA sit-in has remained relatively calm, with less movement and less shouting than in previous days, although the protesters warn that they will not move from the place until President López Obrador resigns from office.

So far the sit-in is made up of Mexican men and women from at least five states of the Republic: Jalisco, Nuevo León, Guanajuato, Chihuahua and the State of Mexico.

However, FRENAAA still hopes that in the following days more people will be able to arrive to reinforce the movement that is now four days old.