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AMLO march: Thousands arrive by bus to CDMX for the demonstration called by the president


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Since Saturday afternoon thousands of people from different states of Mexico arrived in Mexico City to participate in the march called by the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO).

The march this Sunday, November 27, begins at 9:00 a.m. starting from the Angel of Independence to reach the capital’s Zócalo, where the President will issue the Fourth Government Report.

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The leader of Brunette in Coahuila and a former deputy for the same party, Diego del Bosqueshared an image on social networks in which he presumes how he goes with other people in an apparently full truck, to the president’s march Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

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In said photograph, the passengers made the number four with their hands, in reference to the fourth transformation.

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Dozens of buses left Thursday night from various municipalities of Sonora to support the march of the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador which will take place on the morning of Sunday, November 27.

According to a spokesperson for the National Regeneration Movement Party (Morena) in Sonora, it was the local leaders of the municipalities who organized the transfers of supporters of AMLO to Mexico City.

Some Sonorans were housed in the Mexico City and others in the Mexico state.

In the afternoon-night of Saturday, the Sonorans were summoned to a previous meeting on the plate of the Plinth capital.

According to information that spread to supporters on social networks, they were offered a hotel, 300 pesos a day for food, and round-trip transportation.

In addition, Governor Alfonso Durazo confirmed his attendance at the march in support of the President as a token of appreciation for the support he has given to the people of Sonora.

With information from Amalia Escobar

I traveled 30 hours by truck from Sonora

Fidel Vazquez, a retired Sonoran professor, traveled more than 30 hours from Hermosillo, Sonora to participate in the march in support of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador as part of his 4th Government Report.

“We are very tired, we have traveled more than 30 hours, but we are happy to have arrived and participate in the march,” he said as he got off a city bus from Hermosillo.

He commented that there are several buses that come from various Sonoran municipalities.

With information from Luis Carlos Rodríguez


Even with horns, microphones and sound equipment, militants and/or supporters of Morena loaded up, some carry their lunch, they are in the contingent of 2,880 people from Coahuila who will attend the Mexico City to the march called for this Sunday by the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

They are of almost all ages, many are adults, over 60 years of age who are not sick or physically disabled, because they were warned that they would not accept those who are in poor health or cannot walk or children either, because they are going to celebrate the AMLO’s Fourth Report and to show his support, according to one of the coordinators.

From Piedras Negras to the capital they will travel 1,300 kilometers, in at least 13 and a half hours. There are 72 trucks from many Tourist Transport lines such as Senda and Turimex that leave at different times.

From Saltillo, they left at 6 in the afternoon from Plaza Ciudades Hermanas, in front of the state headquarters of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). The plan is to travel continuously, without stopping, so they bring sandwiches, tacos, cakes, gorditas, fruit, tea, bottles of water, and soft drinks.

They will tentatively reach the Mexico City before 8 in the morning on Sunday, because the appointment is an hour later. “We must be there before, with time, to accommodate ourselves by contingents, they already have our places set aside for us to start the march at nine,” said Mrs. Diana.


“The quota” requested by the National Executive Committee of Morena was 3,000 people, but they hired fewer buses than they needed with a capacity for 40 passengers each, so only 2,880 could fit, and they were filled, they assured in the campaign house of the deputy Lizbeth Ogazón Nava. BACK FINISHING THE MARCH

“We don’t know how long the march will take, but we think that when it ends, after noon, we will return and travel all night to arrive here in Saltillo, at dawn on Monday, God first,” said the woman, who she is very enthusiastic in the group. Some say that they cannot travel due to lack of money and they took advantage of the opportunity as a ride that is totally free, because they are not even going to pay for the food. The trucks left with people from Acuña, Piedras Negras, Allende, Múzquiz, San Juan de Sabinas (Nueva Rosita), Sabinas, Frontera, Monclova, Castaños, Cuatro Ciénegas, Parras de la Fuente, San Pedro, Francisco I. Madero, Matamoros, Viesca , Torreón, Ramos Arizpe, Saltillo…, of all, the (38) municipalities of Coahuila, although the starting points were in 18 of them.

With information from Hilda Fernández


Around 150 buses and public transport vans have arrived this morning in the vicinity of the Ángel la Independencia to participate in the march for it. 4 Government Report of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. “We are not hauled, those times are over,” Luis Peralta, an employee of the state government of Guerrero, told El Universal. He assured that they come by their own resources and each one of the thousands of people who traveled all night from Chilpancingo, Iguala, Teloloapan, Tlapa and Taxco, among others, “There are more than 150 buses and vans. We come from people who are peasants, professionals, employees, artisans. There is everything, ”he said.

With information from Luis Carlos Rodríguez


About thirty Tepehuan indigenous people from various communities in Durango arrived at Angel de la Independencia to participate in the march of the 4th Government Report of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

“I don’t know how much the trip cost, I only know that we cooperated to pay for two tanks of gasoline for the truck,” Mario Santillana told El Universal.

Dressed in the typical costume of the Tepehuans, he commented that they traveled more than 30 hours from the Sierra de Durango.

“We are numb, but ready to march with the President,” he said in the company of women, youth and children from that Indigenous community.

With information from Luis Carlos Rodríguez

Source: Elcomercio

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