Citizens opposed to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador held their fourth caravan protest on Sunday in Mexico City.
The so-called National Anti AMLO Front (FRENAA) summoned the caravan this Sunday at 11:00 on Paseo de la Reforma Avenue, bound for the Monument to the Revolution.
In #CDMX, citizens demonstrate in vehicle caravans against the government of @lopezobrador_.
📽️ Video: @andycortina_s. pic.twitter.com/nGxCqT0Q8o
— Political Animal (@Pajaropolitico) June 28, 2020
The protesters, including motorcyclists, honed their horns and waved Mexican flags.
The Road Information Center of the Secretariat of Citizen Security of Mexico City reported on its Twitter account the presence of the caravan at 10:48 in the roundabout of the Angel of Independence.
11:46 #PrecaucionVial continues the circuit of the caravan over Paseo de la Reforma both senses, Av Juárez and Eje Central, without cuts to circulation. pic.twitter.com/c9Ho4R3g0V
— OVIAL_SSCCDMX (@OVIALCDMX) June 28, 2020
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At 11:46, the capital unit reported that the caravan was continuing on Paseo de la Reforma, but that there were no cuts to circulation.
«Out AMLO», «AMLO, you’re different, worse than the ones before» and «Go now! Get out of here! AMLO leaves and Morena too,» were some of the banners carrying the cars, Reforma newspaper reported.
According to FRENAA, it is the third national caravan against the representative and they were contemplating protests in 193 cities this weekend.
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Last Sunday, opponents of López Obrador convened by Chalecos México A.C. held a similar protest in the Mexican capital. A similar caravan also toured Paseo de la Reforma on Sunday, June 14.
These types of protests are held since May 30 in several cities such as the capital of the country, Cuernavaca, Querétaro, Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Puebla, Boca del Río, Guadalajara, Cancun, Ciudad Juárez, Mérida, Pachuca and Celaya.
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