Embracing Change and Building a Stronger Nation
Delegations from every state in the country began arriving early at Mexico City's Zocalo, filling up the vast historic square. The people responded en masse to the call of the Mexican President, marking a momentous occasion in his tenure.
The event commenced with a speech by Luisa María Alcalde, the Secretary of the Interior, who provided a historical overview of the Fourth Transformation and the "Revolution of Consciousness." She recounted the struggles for social justice that took place under previous administrations and how they coalesced into a unified social movement that triumphed five years ago.
The second address was delivered by Delfina Gómez, the Governor-elect of the State of Mexico, who expressed gratitude to all those who contributed to genuine change and played pivotal roles in shaping the present. She also called for applause for the President, acknowledging his successful leadership.
Finally, it was the President's turn to take the stage. He presented a comprehensive report on the accomplishments of his administration over the past five years, emphasizing his commitment to reviving and reconstructing passenger trains across the country. He spoke of Mexican Humanism and the profound values inherited from the ancient civilizations that once populated Mexican territory. He announced the expansion of "Internet for Wellbeing" nationwide, with the goal of providing internet access to 94% of Mexicans by March of next year.
The President highlighted the stark contrast between his government and previous administrations, emphasizing that Mexico is no longer under the grip of a narco-state. He expressed gratitude to the officials who have been with him since the beginning and throughout his tenure.
In conclusion, the President emphasized that only through Kindness and Fraternity can the ego be overcome, thus garnering the support of the Mexican people. He reminded everyone of the importance of these principles in facing the challenges ahead and building a stronger Mexico.