AMLO announces that as of November 20 he will carry out massive acts

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that on November 20 the commemorative act of the beginning of the Revolution It will be open to the public, it will be the first massive act as the restart of events open to the public on their work tours as well.

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He made the announcement at the precise moment in which a group of just over 300 residents of various communities in Puebla who said they were excluded from the list of victims of the Hurricane Grace, they broke into the Huauchinango fair hall where the president was evaluating the delivery of support for those affected by this natural phenomenon.

“We are going once we finish vaccinating at the end of this month, we are going to do the acts in public squares, I already want it to be November 20, the anniversary of the Revolution and we fill the Zócalo of Mexico City again to be there all, now you have arrived, you are welcome, “said López Obrador.

The inhabitants of various communities, especially the municipalities of Tlapacoya and Tlaola, arrived at this enclosure, which is a closed area that was protected with metal fences.

They managed to overcome the entrance fence and ran to the event hall where they also managed to enter with shoves before which the elements of the Assistantship they were overwhelmed.

So they entered the room and reached the president who, from the first moment, took the microphone and stood up.

“Are they going to let me talk? (YES), are they going to respect me? (YES)? Keep silence. Look, we are here because the evaluation of the support program for victims is being carried out, people are being helped as never before or am I lying? (NO) appliances are going to be delivered, that is, beds, stoves, refrigerators (applause) but everything, everything, that is heard well, and that is heard far away, everything is going to be delivered directly, without intermediaries, or do you want us to deliver it to the organizations? (NO) it is going to be delivered directly, and the Secretary of Defense is going to deliver it (applause), ”said López Obrador.

He commissioned the secretaries of Well-being and Safety so that they would stay in the place to listen to the dissatisfied residents to attend to them all and to schedule visits to verify the support needs in each case.

Thus the president endorsed the residents that they will be cared for, and said goodbye noting that he had to withdraw because he goes from town to town supervising that government actions are carried out.

On Apizaco, Tlaxcala, recognized that it has been difficult to advance in the internet network for the most remote communities in the country.

He pointed out that the technicians argue technology problems, which is why it opened the door for the CFE to make agreements with telecommunications companies to achieve this.

“They say it is very difficult and it is not possible with the optical fiber of the Federal Electricity Commission, nor with the antennas, nor with the satellites that we have because there is no technology, that is what they argue as a pretext, we have to solve it although We have to make agreements with telecommunications companies in the world, even if we have to hire satellites to light the territory and we have communication over the Internet, you know that I am a bit persevering, and when I propose something I achieve it, this is a challenge before from the end of the government we have to have Internet throughout the territory, you already heard Emiliano because we are going to start reviewing because we cannot pass the time, “said López Obrador.

He also emphasized here that thanks to social programs such as “Youth Building the Future” young people in the country are being attracted with opportunities and at the same time they are moving away from the possibility of being recruited by members of organized crime.

Wellness Programs, from Apizaco, Tlaxcala.

With information from Carmen Jaimes


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