Mexico.-With protests full of shouts, petitions and claims, it is like President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) spent his work tour in Puebla and Tlaxcala this Sunday, October 3.
During the course of the day, dozens of protesters forcibly broke into the Huachinango auditorium, Puebla, where the Morena leader held a meeting with state and federal officials.
The embarrassing moment was captured in a live broadcast broadcast by the presidential networks. There, it looks like AMLO converse with citizens who initially did not let him speak.
When he finally had the floor Lopez Obrador, expressed some of the points that were touched on in the meeting, among which stand out support for the people affected by the passage of Hurricane Grace.
On your visit to Apizaco, Tlaxcala, AMLO He was received by a contingent made up of health workers who demanded better working conditions from both the President and Governor Lorena Cuellar.
The main demands of the protesters was that they carry out their work without a basis and therefore, they do not enjoy the benefits they would like. His most repeated slogans were focused on seniority and fair wages.
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The situation was attended by AMLO lowering the window of the car that was transporting him to listen to the complaints. The leader of the National Executive promised to address the disagreements with the corresponding authorities.