Muñoz Ledo Considers The President's March Illegal

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In an interview, the official assured that Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's march is illegal.

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's march is dangerous and illegal, according to politician Porfirio Muñoz Ledo.

In an interview conducted by the informer the political scientist assures that the march also violates the Constitution.

"The right of petition and demonstration is held by the citizens and the parties, not by the government, the government in the streets is challenging the free institutions of Mexico, it is very serious what López Obrador is doing, it is ostentation and a barbaric act", he assured.

"That does not exist, marches were invented in accordance with the right to protest for an expression of citizens against the state, the state does not have the right to protest, the citizens have it", he concluded.

This Sunday the President of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, called for a march to celebrate his four years in power, and in which dozens of officials, and legislators of Morena and its allies participated.

After hours of waiting, the President of Mexico finally arrived at the Zócalo in Mexico City, where he gave a report to thousands of people on his four years in power.
In a first count of attendees at the march led by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the Secretary of Government, Martí Batres, said that there are "a lot and two lots".

The Angel of Independence and its vicinities of Reforma and Florencia became the largest bus central in the country, with hundreds of buses and public transportation vans that have arrived with thousands of people to participate in the march called by him.

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