Well-being bullets!  Chumel Torres makes fun of the confrontation between Dos Bocas refinery workers and riot police

Mexico.- The youtuber Chumel Torres, ironized about the recent confrontation between workers of the Dos Bocas refinery, Tabasco, and anti-riot police elements of the Ministry of Security and Citizen Protection (SSPC).

On your Twitter account, Chumel Torres shared a video showing a worker from ICA Fluor, a construction company that works in the Dos Bocas refinery, who has a wound on his left side from what could be a gunshot.

In the video, colleagues try to help the worker, whose uniform shirt is lifted to show the wound he suffered from an alleged gunshot to the side.

The presenter Chumel Torres He ironically indicated that they were “welfare bullets”, since the ICA Fluor workers who were demonstrating for the strike in Dos Bocas, Tabasco, were dispelled by security elements of the Federal Government, which is headed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

What happened in Dos Bocas?

On the morning of October 13, there was a confrontation between ICA Fluor workers and anti-riot elements of the state police.

Workers at the Dos Bocas refinery were on strike for non-payment and extortion of which they say they are subjected.

Through social networks, different videos and photographs of the confrontation between protesters from ICA Fluor and elements of the anti-riot group of the State Police and sailors who guard gate number 2 located in Villa Puerto Ceiba of the Dos Bocas refinery were released.

The images show that the workers were attacked with bullet bullets and tear gas.

Yesterday, at least 5,000 workers from the ICA Flour company went on strike in protest to demand better working conditions at the Dos Bocas refinery.

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This is the second time in the year that a phenomenon of this type has occurred in the construction of Pemex, and one of the flagship projects of the Federal Government, since in February there was a “sit-down” strike to also demand better working terms.

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