As part of the activities for the International Day for the Elimination ofViolence Against Women, a group of women demonstrated in National Palace and in the central door and fences that protect the headquarters of the Executive Power they placed pink crosses and photographs of women who have been raped.
The feminists They crossed the fence of metal fences that was arranged to protect the National Palace, without major incidents being recorded so far.
On the pavement of the Plaza de la Constitución Circuit, feminists painted some pink diamond with messages to end the violence against this sector of the population.
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador Since yesterday, he has been in Zacatecas where he is on a work tour, in the context of a rise in the rates of violence that affect the state.
A group of women belonging to various feminist collectives place crosses on the door of the National Palace to demand justice against femicides. #DayAgainstGenderViolence
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– El Universal (@El_Universal_Mx) November 25, 2021
This is the route and time of the feminist march for 25N
Feminist collectives They announced that for this Thursday, November 25, on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, they will carry out a march from the Angel of Independence to the capital’s Zócalo starting at 4:00 p.m.
he reason for the mega march is to demand that the authorities eradicate violence against women, for which they asked the capital authorities to allow them a free demonstration in the streets of the capital.
The 8M Coordination informed that the route of the march will be through Paseo de la Reforma, Avenida Juárez, May 5 and arrive at the capital’s Zócalo.
In addition, they will make a stop at the antimunumento in front of Bellas Artes and where the statue of Columbus was located, which is now called the Glorieta de las Mujeres.
Paseo de la Reforma
Central axis Lázaro Cárdenas
Interior Circuit and Ring of Circunvalación.
Eje 1 Norte or Chapultepec, Doctor Río de la Loza and Fray Servando Teresa de Mier avenues.
It is worth mentioning that the organizers of the event recalled that the marches to defend the rights against women have been criminalized. The clearest example is when the Cancun protesters were fired upon by the police.
“Mexico is no exception. Femicidal violence with impunity from State institutions claims the lives of 11 women daily. Sexist violence escalated during the pandemic and the government did not prevent or treat it. That is why, this 25N, we women left with great indignation, we claim that our lives do matter! ”, They indicated in a press release.