The march took place during the journey in complete order. Photo: special
Citizens related to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador gathered at the Angel of Independence column to hold a march in support of the president from Mexico.
An approximate of 1000 people gathered on the Paseo de la Reforma with flags in hand, banners, noisemakers and various objects to emit sounds while they marched towards the Capital Zocalo.
The march took place during the journey in complete order. When crossing the Lázaro Cárdenas Central Axis the contingent split in two, one part entered the Francisco I. Madero pedestrian corridor while the other part continued on Calle de 5 de Mayo to meet at Plaza de la Constitución.
Photo: Ricardo Vitela
The supporters of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, upon reaching the Zócalo, were led to the temple that they placed below a few meters from the presidential balcony where they concluded their meeting there.
The FRENAAA camp at all times remained intact and sheltered by elements of the Secretariat of Citizen Security of the capital of the country to avoid any type of confrontation and protect the integrity of both groups.
The vintage In the capital’s Zócalo he was seen immediately, taking advantage of the flow of people who entered the first square of the capital through the march.
Vehicle accesses they continued closed to the Plaza de la Constitución circuit in its surrounding streets.
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