translated from Spanish: Frena announces that it provisionally withdraws planting from the Zocalo

The National Anti-AMLO Front (Frena) announced that it will provisionally lift the plan it maintains in the capital Zocalo to demand the resignation of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and protest his public policies.
In a statement, he explained that the decision to lift the seed as of this Saturday is for the safety of the protesters and to strengthen Mexico’s “great awakening” to achieve the resignation of the representative.
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This decision is made after the case of alleged sexual abuse by one of its members within the same seeding.
In this regard, they explained that Frena’s partner “was falsely accused and in exchange for money of committing a crime he, of course, never committed.”
“That was another government maneuver that spares no effort or ethical repair to try to reduce the pressure Frena exerts,” reads in the statement.

We set up camp for Freedom and Justice
Sad: sometimes it is necessary to sacrifice a bishop to checkmate the kingly
WE CONCENTRATE ON MEXICO’S GREAT AWAKENING, NEXT SATURDAY, 21 at 10 o’10 at the Monument to revolution.#AFRENANadaLoFrena-GranDespertarMx
— Official FRENAAA (@OficialFrenaaa) November 15, 2020

“Having become aware of future similar actions that were being planned, through the purchase of loyalties, extortion, threats and other deplorable methods typical of this looming Chavista dictatorship, we decided not to expose one more of Frena’s members,” they said.
The Front convened a rally next Saturday, November 21 at the Revolution Monument at 10 a.m. and then advanced to the Zocalo iron, where they will announce new actions.
He called on his members and supporters not to be discouraged by this decision and regretted the “growing violence” of what they described as ‘government payers’ to frighten and provoke them.
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Original source in Spanish

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