Governors, officials, leaders and legislators from Morena, PT and Verde prepare the transport of militants and citizens from different states of the country to participate in the march that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will lead next Sunday, November 27, in the country’s capital from the Angel of Independence to the Zócalo of the capital.
Although various political actors denied that it was a hauling, officials close to the federal government reported that they are preparing massive mobilizations of people from their states so that they can reach the country’s capital and march alongside the Executive and celebrate its fourth year in power. .
For the transfer of militants and citizens, officials and state leaders of Morena from at least seven states (Tabasco, Oaxaca, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Baja California, Tlaxcala and Mexico City) will support trucks for the mobilization of people.
In the Chamber of Deputies, the coordinator of Morena, Ignacio Mier, explained that the deputies of his caucus are free to use their allowance to support citizens who want to go to the march but do not have transportation, which, he clarified, is legal.
In parallel, federal deputies from Morena announced that they will use their diet to transport protesters who want to attend the march and do not have transportation.
The spokesman for the Morena bench in the Senate, César Cravioto, denied that there will be any transport in the march next Sunday, but said that many people will come from different states aboard buses that the protesters themselves will pay for.
“How do you want the people of Sinaloa to arrive? How do you want the people of Querétaro to arrive? In private cars? People organize and they get on a truck and they arrive in trucks, but that is not being hauled,” said the senator.
In parallel, almost the entire cabinet of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, federal and local legislators, as well as presidential hopefuls Claudia Sheinbaum, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard and the Secretary of the Interior, Adán Augusto López, will attend.
The governor of Tabasco, Carlos Manuel Merino, local deputies, mayors and state officials have confirmed that they will attend the march. The president said that he hopes that “nobody gets angry”, since he affirmed that the expenses of his trip will come out of his pocket and clarified that since it is Sunday it is a holiday.
Legislators and mayors of Morena have also confirmed that they will attend the march and assure that they will pay their per diem and, even though it has not been confirmed, it transpired that each deputy of the 20 that make up the state bench must take at least 20 trucks to the City from Mexico with supporters.
In Oaxaca, the state president of Morena, Benjamín Viveros Montalvo, said that the party structure in the entity intends to mobilize 20,000 people to the country’s capital to accompany the President and estimated that the number could grow in the coming days.
“As the State Executive Committee of Morena we are calling for you to accompany us to this important activity, which will be one of the many marches that Andrés Manuel has called for in the years of his struggle to democratize the country,” he stated.
The state leader of Morena in Guerrero, Jacinto González Varona, says that they set themselves the challenge of bringing 15,000 people to the march on Sunday. In addition, Senator Félix Salgado Macedonio organized a caravan that would leave Chilpancingo on Saturday afternoon.
In both cases, the politicians assured that everyone will pay for their transfer, because “they are not the same” and they “do not carry,” said González Varona.
Some 10,000 Hidalguenses will attend the mobilization on Sunday and the contingent will be headed by Governor Julio Menchaca Salazar.
From the office of the president and the state leadership of Morena, it was reported that the Hidalguense Executive will be in charge of this contingent, which was summoned by the Morena leader, Marco Antonio Rico Mercado.
A caravan is expected to leave from Hidalgo’s capital, Pachuca. It was reported that people from the party will receive transportation support. And since the march is open to the rest of the citizens, those who want to go must mobilize by their own means.
Ismael Burgueño, president of Morena in Baja California, opened an invitation to anyone interested in attending the march: “We are organizing the militants and citizens interested in calling our President, it will be with our resources as individuals that we are going to mobilize our people,” he said.
At least 12,000 inhabitants of Tlaxcala will be mobilized by the networks of supporters and militants of Morena to Mexico City to be in the march that the President called in defense of his electoral reform proposal, informed the local leader of Morena, Carlos Augusto Pérez Hernandez.
He explained that this does not detract from the legitimacy of the rally because sympathizers and militants have accompanied AMLO in his mobilizations for years.
Leaders of Morena, PT and Verde in Mexico City reported that they will mobilize 130,000 people for the march.
“All the militants of Morena, PT and the environmentalist party invite you to celebrate the four years of transformation… we hope that more than 100,000 militant women and men will join us,” said Sebastián Ramírez, a Guinda leader in the capital.
In addition, according to sources from Morena, in the city halls of the country’s capital they are setting goals of people to mobilize, for example in Gustavo A. Madero, the mayor himself Francisco Chíguil showed on social networks that they are ready and are estimated at least 20 thousand people.
In Iztapalapa, where Clara Brugada governs, between 15,000 and 30,000 are expected. And for smaller municipalities like Cuauhtémoc and Magdalena Contreras, where the opposition governs, it set 5,000 supporters for each one.
Federal deputy Brenda Espinoza pointed out that she will use her diet to support those who want to travel from her district in Morelos: “There are people who come up to me and say ‘I want to go, but I don’t have transportation’; So, we are going to support them, ”she indicated.
The Jalisco federal deputy Antonio Pérez Garibay told this medium that until now he has not contemplated renting buses, but he will do so if necessary, and assured that “more than 60,000 people from Jalisco will go to the march with their own resources.” while the deputy Mónica Herrera affirmed that she will take her team and militants from Veracruz to the capital of the country. Morena congressmen raise mobilizations even abroad, such as in Texas and Los Angeles.
With information from correspondents and reporters
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