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‘They want to divide us between chairos and fifís’, declares FRENAAA in video

The Anti-AMLO Front (FRENAAA), which is currently planted in the capital’s Zócalo, released a video this Thursday on its social networks in which it declares itself independent of governments that want to divide the country “into chairos and fifís.”

In the shared recording, through the movement’s Twitter account, one of the members of the FRENAAA, who carried a loudspeaker in the middle of the Zócalo in front of the other dissatisfied with the current administration, assured that Mexico wants the union and not the division.

“From this moment on, we declare the independence of governments that want to divide us into chairos and fifís,” he said.

Likewise, this movement declared itself independent of political parties and affirmed that the country does not want more deaths: “Mexico does not believe that with a four-leaf clover the health problems that they caused by dismantling the Seguro Popular will be resolved.”

This Wednesday, the protesters arrived at the Zócalo after having camped for 5 days on Avenida Juárez, in the Historic Center of Mexico City.

This thanks to an amparo granted by a federal judge and after President Andrés Manuel López Obrador welcomed the protesters.

“All the guarantees and welcome, but that the leaders do not simulate and stay to sleep … It would be very good if the sponsors came to camp here, not only the people, but the machuchones, the chipocludos, the fifís … (with ) all guarantees and care, “said the president.

Even this morning, President López Obrador invited Gustavo de Hoyos, the leader of Coparmex, to pitch his tent outside the National Palace.

Gilberto Lozano, leader of the organization, pointed out that there are around 3,400 people who will stay to sleep in the Zócalo until November 30 and, if President López Obrador does not resign, the movement could be extended for longer.