Seven massive demonstrations collapse traffic in Mexico City

Seven demonstrations throughout the day collapsed the traffic on the streets of CDMX.

CDMX (NOTIMEX).-  At 1000  hours a concentration is expected in the capital’s Zócalo, in addition to a march that will follow the possible route: Paseo de la Reforma Avenue and Juárez Avenue, in Cuauhtémoc. The concentration of people is expected in the capital’s Zócalo, in addition to a march that will follow the possible route: Paseo de la Reforma Avenue and Juárez Avenue, in Cuauhtémoc.

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MEXICO CITY
For this Wednesday are expected at least seven social demonstrations at different points of the municipalities Cuauhtémoc, Alvaro Obregon and Coyoacan, so capital authorities suggest to motorists to be aware.

The Center for Command, Control, Computing, Communications and Citizen Contact of Mexico City reported the presence of a group of discontented in the National Palace, Plaza de la Constitución, colonia Centro Histórico, in the Mayor’s Office Cuauhtémoc.

In his account @C5_CDMX in Twitter he indicated that in the Mayor’s office Álvaro Obregón a march is foreseen at 0900 hours with the possible route: Ernesto Uruchurtu Street, Santa Lucía Avenue, High Tension, Centenario Avenue, Mejía Delgado Street and 5 de Mayo Avenue.

Since 0900 hours, a group of people has gathered at the Monument to General Emiliano Zapata in Alameda Sur Park, in Calzada de las Bombas, corner of Avenida Canal de Miramontes, colonia La Campana.

At 10:00 a.m. a concentration is expected in the capital’s Zócalo, in addition to a march that will follow the possible route: Paseo de la Reforma Avenue and Juárez Avenue, in Cuauhtémoc.

At 1300 hours a march is planned that will depart from Plaza de la República to the Zócalo of the city with possible route: Juarez Avenue, 5 de Mayo Avenue and Plaza de la Constitución, in the same political demarcation.

In addition, at 1600 hours will register another march to the Zócalo capitalino, in Cuauhtémoc, with the possible routes of: Calzada San Antonio Abad, Fray Servando Teresa de Mier, Avenida 20 de Noviembre and Plaza de la Constitución.

The other possible routes are: Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas, Avenida 5 de Mayo and Plaza de la Constitución, as well as Plaza de la República, Avenida Juárez, Avenida 5 de Mayo and Plaza de la Constitución.

Source: The Yucatan Times

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