translated from Spanish: Federal police block access to AICM

Faced with the blockade of the Federal Police in the Circuit Interior and Boulevard Puerto Aéreo, at the height of Terminal 1 of Mexico City International Airport (AICM), the security authorities called them to reconsider, as they ensure that mobilization violates one of the agreements they reached.
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The elements, which protest their change to the National Guard and demand compensation for those who do not want to be part of the new security corps, keep the road as well as the bridge that connects to the exit and arrival doors of Terminal 1. 
The unit stated that one of the points agreed in previous negotiations was a commitment «not to block or affect third parties to continue with the dialogue table».

#AvisoMetro In the face of the blockage of #CircuitoInterior you can use Hangars and Air Terminal as an alternative; Line 5 operates normally in its entirety. #MovilidadCDMX
— MetroCDMX (@MetroCDMX) September 13, 2019

Following road side-by-side, the Ministry of Security and Citizen Protection called on police officers to «act sensibly and prudently to disregard non-conformity and reconsider their positions,» and recalled that elements that were not in conformity with their handover have been «10 employment options for reenrollment.»
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Passengers and users walked to reach the air terminal. Indoor Circuit is open in a northerly direction.
Picture: @OVIALCDMX
On its Twitter account, @SSPCMexico, the unit mentioned that it remains open to dialogue with the nonconforming federal elements and noted that no police officers from the corporation will be terminated, and that «they have eleven job options to change affiliation and alternatives.»
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With information from Notimex.
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