A group of protesters keep Accesses 2 and 5 of the Chamber of Deputies blocked to protest against the proposal to disappear 109 funds and trusts.
This Tuesday is the regular session of the plenary, in which the vote will continue in general and the discussion of more than 400 reservations to various articles in particular.
Read: What are trusts and what will happen to your resources if they disappear?
On October 1, the session in which the vote on the trusts would be held was suspended for lack of quorum.
Among the protesters are exbracaeros, relatives of missing persons, organizations of the academic community, film, culture, and human rights defenders.
The Coalition for Culture, Science and Human Rights gave Mario Delgado, leader of Grupo Parlamentario del Morena, a letter with more than 700,000 firms opposing the disappearance of trusts.
In their letter, they state that if public trusts, science, technology, film and culture disappear, as well as reparations to victims, the protection of journalists and human rights defenders will be subject «to the judgment and whim of politicians».
We closed the plenary session of the #Fideicomi🆘 #FideicomiSOS https://t.co/MyioO268jk
— Compa Cacho (@gimenezcacho) October 6, 2020
Protesters unfurled blankets criticizing Morena’s proposal.
Please note that only pedestrian access is available on Avenida Eduardo Molina and Calle Zapata.
10:40 #PrecauciónVial Closed the circulation in H. Congress of the Union at the height of Sidar and Rovirosa, mayor Venustiano Carranza, by protesters. #AlternativaVial Heberto Castillo Road Distributor, Fco. Nacozári Pass and Heroes pic.twitter.com/1BBJDlkMAw
— OVIAL_SSCCDMX (@OVIALCDMX) October 6, 2020
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