The Citizen Movement (MC) party accused Morena, a party of President López Obrador, of using the death of Giovanni Lopez, a young man allegedly killed by municipal policemen, to create “a climate of instability in Jalisco”.
The political party also defended its militant and governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro, against what he called attacks on social media and by lawmakers in Morena.
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Citizen Movement also accused “major 4T flat,” referring to federal officials, of infiltrating demonstrations and using digital platforms “to lie and manipulate information seeking to sow the idea of a new Ayotzinapa in Jalisco.”
At a press conference, Clemente Castañeda Hoeflich, national coordinator of Citizen Movement, presented what he said are “nine evidence showing the operative” to attack the Government of Jalisco.
Why do we say @PartidoMorenaMx took advantage of a tragedy to generate a climate of destabilization in Jalisco?
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— Clemente Castañeda H (@ClementeCH) June 11, 2020
Among the evidence identified is the one that the Ministry of the Interior disseminated Giovanni was arrested for not using sketch coverings, “when the investigation folder indicates that it was for administrative misconduct and aggressive attitude against policemen; it also points out ministerial and non-municipal police officers as responsible.”
He argued that from June 3 to 6, social media positions the hashtags #AlfaroRepresor, #Alfaro Fascista and #AlfaroAsesino, “with 201 thousand 450 messages of 47 thousand 608 users identified by campaigning on behalf of the President of Mexico”.
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Citizen Movement insisted that Morena infiltrated shock groups into peaceful demonstrations.
The party leader even claimed that Morena spread alleged false information by claiming there were missing protesters.
They also point to head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum, to promote “notes with information manipulated with the same narrative about the disappearance of young people.”
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