Thousands call for the resignation of the President of Mexico

An unexpected response from thousands of people in more than 70 cities was received by the National Anti-AMLO FRENA Front, which was called by groups on social networks, and also via WhatsApp, by businessman Gilberto Lozano from the city of Monterrey.

The commitment was the mobilization of two million citizens throughout Mexico on Saturday and Sunday, which surprised the same organizers who were not expecting so many people.

The purpose of this mobile caravan is to demand  López Obrador submit his resignation from the presidency of Mexico.

For example, the Yucatan Times reports that in the city of Merida, almost two thousand people participated. Some dressed up their cars with blankets, banners, and messages like “AMLO RENOUNCE” … “NO TO COMMUNISM IN MEXICO” … “MEXICO WILL NOT BE VENEZUELA.” Before starting the route, people handed out stickers alluding to their feelings about López Obrador.

The idea of protesting from the vehicles, given the impossibility of holding demonstrations due to the pandemic, arose in Madrid, Spain. On May 23rd, roughly 6,000 vehicles drove through the Spanish capital streets to protest against how the socialist government is handling the crisis. The caravan protest was encouraged by Vox political party.

Everyone sounded their car's honks and spontaneously the greeting was answered by other motorists who supported the protesters in their request for the resignation of President López Obrador.

The caravan was replicated in the cities Puebla, Monterrey, Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Colima, Cuernavaca, Durango, Mérida, Oaxaca, Pachuca, Tepic, La Paz, Tuxtla Gutiérrez and Zacatecas.

Also in Celaya, León, Salamanca, San Miguel Allende and Dolores Hidalgo, in Guanajuato; Mexicali, Tijuana and Ensenada, in Baja California; Mazatlán, Culiacán and Guasave, in Sinaloa; Boca del Río, Orizaba, Xalapa and Córdoba, in Veracruz; Ciudad Obregón and Hermosillo, in Sonora; Parral, Chihuahua, Camargo, Cuauhtémoc, Delicias, Jiménez and Ciudad Juárez, in Chihuahua; San Luis Potosí, Tamuín, Tamazunchale and Ciudad Valles, in San Luis Potosí.

Protest mobilizations were also reported in Uruapan, Morelia, La Piedad, Zamora and Sahuayo, in Michoacán, Guadalajara and Puerto Vallarta, in Jalisco; Querétaro and San Juan del Río, in Querétaro; Cancún and Playa del Carmen, in Quintana Roo; Tampico and Ciudad Victoria, in Tamaulipas; Cuautitlán, Tlalnepantla and Valle del Bravo, in the State of México; Monclova, Saltillo and Torreón, in Coahuila, even in Washington and Michigan, in the United States.

The protesters also waved Mexican flags and asked people to join in the last chance the country has not to fall into the hands of communism. "We don't want Mexico to become another Venezuela," was the phrase most repeated in the cities where these caravans occurred.

Supporters of the MORENA party and the president of Mexico, criticized that this protest demonstration was done in cars, because these are rich people who do not want Lopez Obrador to continue supporting the poor of Mexico.


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