This figure is in contrast to that reported by some of the attendees, who assured that more than 500,000 people attended.
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A total of 90,000 people attended the march this Sunday in favor of the National Electoral Institute (INE) in the Zócalo of Mexico City, according to data from the Secretariat of Citizen Security of the capital.
Said figure of 90,000 people contrasts with that reported by some of the attendees of the march, who assured that more than 500,000 people gathered at the Zócalo plate.
Opposition citizens and politicians marched against the so-called Plan B of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, which has already been approved by both chambers (both Deputies and the Senate) and is only waiting to be promulgated in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF).
This is the second march in defense of the National Electoral Institute called by “Sí por México” and more than 120 organizations.
During the march, a banner with the legend “The INE is not touched” was placed in one of the buildings of the Historic Center, where previously one of the former Secretary of Security, Genaro García Luna, with the PAN logo, was also placed.
According to the reporter Juan Antonio Jiménez, some people arrived in trucks from Tecamachalco, Puebla, but they ruled out being “hauled”, rather they said that they paid the unit to bring them to CDMX and later return them.