This Sunday, February 26, the second mobilization of the opposition will be concentrated. According to the organizers, the march that bears the nickname “My vote is not touched” arises in defense of the National Electoral Institute (INE) and in protest against Plan B of the electoral reform promoted by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.
In its statement, the United for Mexico movement assured that “the right to choose our rulers and representatives of transparent, equitable and reliable elections is at risk. If Plan B is applied, the INE would not be able to fulfill its obligations with timeliness, efficiency and professionalism”
On the other hand, on the morning of February 22, Lopez Obrador criticized the march, “those who are going to participate come to that. Or do you think they come because of the electoral law? No, they come to say ‘The INE is not touched’, but also ‘Garcia Luna is not touched’, and deep down ‘the corrupt and conservative regime is not touched’”.
Among the organizers are Ana Lucia Medina, from Mexico Civil Society; Fernando Belaunzaran and Zita Cecilia Miranda Vaca, who belong to the National Civic Front; Alejandro Florez de Si for Mexico; Diego Ernesto Diaz Uribe, from Legislative Impact; Michel Duhart from Save Me from the Train; Cesar Daniel Gonzalez Madruga represents Mexican Recognition; Leonardo Garcia from Mision rescate Mexico; Patricia Aguinaco from Unidos somos futuro; and Rosa Maria de la Pena from Active Citizens Quintana Roo.
What is the reason for the protest?
They want the judiciary to invalidate Plan B of the electoral reform promoted by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, with this, they assure, they will defend the National Electoral Institute
When is the call
Sunday, February 26 from 11:00 a.m.
This time it will not be a march, but the demonstrators will protest in front of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation. In the other 60 cities it is expected that they do so in the different public squares of the States.
Streets closed for the demonstration
Pedestrian access will also be restricted. Pino Suarez street will not have access and this will be through the streets of November 20, September 16, Madero and May 5.