home Morelia Morelia commemorates CXCVIII Anniversary of the Consummation of Independence
Morelia, Michoacán.- With a call to privilege democracy and separation of powers for the consolidation of the nation, the Government of Morelia commemorated the CXCVIII Anniversary of the Consumtuation of Independence, a civic ceremony that took place in the central courtyard Municipal Palace.
This event was headed by municipal president Raúl Morón Orozco in the company of the undersecretary of Basic Education, Héctor Ayala Morales, the chairman of the Board of Directors of the State Congress, Antonio de Jesús Madriz Estrada, the state delegate to Welfare Programs, Roberto Pantoja Azola and the Secretary of Agreements of the State Electoral Court, Alejandro Bribiesca Gil, who also served as official speaker.
He reiterated that the struggle for a just and common cause such as Independence must be maintained by the unity of the nation, not forgetting its main objective that was reflected in the efforts of the heroes who gave no homeland and freedom.
Bribiesca Gil invited the various authorities by preserving democracy, autonomy and separation of powers and taking as an example all our ancestors who did not surrender to any conqueror, “focusing our focus on energy for the future and social evolution, never let go of the ‘Full-Time Patriots’.
Morón Orozco recognized in this civic act as a memory of a series of historical acts that allowed independence to materialize and achieve this freedom for future generations without forgetting the principles and values to consolidate national sovereignty.