Morelia, Michoacán.- The City Council of Morelia, commemorated the CCX Anniversary of the Valladolid Conspiracy, a movement considered the part aguas of the Mexican Independence process.
The memorial civic event took place outside the house that served as the venue for the meetings of the conspirators, located on The Street Madero corner with Morelos and which currently occupies a banking institution.
In this context a review of the forerunner moment of the independence movement was read and it was recalled that it was in September 1809, in the capital of the State of Michoacán when the Valladolid Conspiracy originated, whose influence took root, where characters such as Allende, Aldama, Hidalgo and the correctors Don Miguel Dominguez and Dona Josefa continued to conspire until the beginning of the armed struggle.
Under this reminder, authorities of the three orders of government placed a floral offering on the plaque on the property where the last meeting of the conspirators was held.
On behalf of the Municipal President of Morelia, Raúl Morón Orozco, the Secretary of the City Council, Humberto Arróniz Reyes, Gonzalo Villa Ibarra, attended on behalf of the Governor of the State, David Garibay Tena, by the Government Secretariat, the Infantry Colonel D.E.M. Olegario Varela Hernández, commander of the 12th infantry battalion, local deputy, Sandra Luz Valencia, Dr. Claudia Erendira Cortés Núñez representing the UMSNH, as well as the Secretary of Mobility and Public Space, Antonio Godoy, DIF Morelia director Alejandra Corona and Poliforum director María Elena Silva Montes.