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Monday 26 of October 2020

Municipio Libre Closed for Marches


Marches are likely to disrupt traffic in Mexico City,photo: Flickr/CarlosVanVegas
Marches are likely to disrupt traffic in Mexico City,photo: Flickr/CarlosVanVegas
Other protests will also close roads throughout the day

Mexico City’s Center for Road Information and Security Secretariat has reported that demonstrations will keep Municipio Libre avenue, from Eje 1 Poniente to 5 de Mayo, closed for the morning. Drivers are asked to take precautions.

The Mexico City Governance Secretariat said that on Monday at 10 a.m. members of the National Assembly of Electric Energy Users (ANUEE) march from the Interior Secretariat (Segob) to the Chamber of Deputies.

Likewise, it was estimated that at 4 p.m. mothers and fathers of the 43 disappeared students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Teachers College will march from the Angel of Independence to the Hemiciclo a Juárez.

It is asked that drivers look for alternative routes.