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March 25N: CDMX police take back hammers and hammers from protesters

U.S.A.March 25N: CDMX police take back hammers and hammers...

Mexico City’s government reported that police removed various artifacts from protesters from the capital during the march (REUTERS/Raquel Cunha)

Government of Mexico City, through the Government Secretariat (segobo) And this Civil Defense Secretariat (SSC) reported that during March International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, capital police He removed various artifacts protesters, including hammer, mallet and screwdriver,

The CDMX government elaborated through a statement that the personnel were withdrawn from the Security Secretariat. a dozen hammers, Tubes, screwdrivers and other tools of violence, according to the “Annexure to Police Action in the Prevention of Violence and Acts That Violate the Exercise of Rights While Participating in Demonstrations and Meetings in Mexico City”.

He indicated that around 3:30 p.m. a first detachment left the monument to the Angel of Freedom for the Revolution, where it joined another concentration; Around 4:00 p.m. the demonstration began its journey to the capital’s Zoklos.,

The capital's government assured that a group of outlaws used explosive devices, smoke bombs and spray paint to commit acts of vandalism (Reuters/Raquel Cunha)
The capital’s government assured that a group of outlaws used explosive devices, smoke bombs and spray paint to commit acts of vandalism (Reuters/Raquel Cunha)

during the journey, Various calls were integrated into the mobilization After going from Plaza de la Repubblica, formerly Glorieta a Colón, Monument to the Revolution and No. 1 of the Avenida Paseo de la Reforma.

The agency assured that most of the demonstrations took place peacefully, however, a group of people covered their faces. Explosive devices, hammers, smoke bombs, sticks, spray paint, and other items used, For carrying out acts of vandalism and assaulting policemen in Ignacio Ramírez Street, Paseo de la Reforma, Hidalgo Avenue, Juárez Avenue, 5 de Mayo and Plaza de la Constitution.

In view of this, the Rescue and Emergency Medical Team (ERUM) provided medical care on site 17 people, including 11 policemen, one government employee and five civiliansincluding a member of the media. No transfer is required.

A group of people with their faces covered use explosive devices, hammers, smoke bombs, sticks, spray paint and other objects (Reuters / Raquel Cunha)
A group of people with their faces covered use explosive devices, hammers, smoke bombs, sticks, spray paint and other objects (Reuters / Raquel Cunha)

Likewise, among those in attendance were secretaries to the government, public servants of the wider apparatus for the protection of human rights, human rights defenders and journalists; women secretariat staff He helped and participated in conflicts, “all the time seeking to maintain the peace at various points along the way.”

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“The Government of Mexico City, Recognizes the work of police personnel participating in preventing violence And he protected the safety of those in attendance as well as all government employees who took an active part in guaranteeing freedom of expression in the capital,” the statement concludes.

For his part, Mexico City’s Secretary of Civil Defense (SSC), Omar Garcia Harfuchu, thanked the members of the corporation, who are calledathena”, for his work during the performance.

Omar García Harfuch for his work during the performance
Omar García Harfuch thanks the members of the corporation “Atenius” for their work during the performance (REUTERS / Raquel Cunha)

Through a video shared on his social network, the capital police chief highlighted that The women of the corporation “do a lot for Mexico City and sometimes you just don’t see it.”

“Thank you to these great ladies who do so much for CDMX and sometimes you just don’t see it. Thank you for being an example in @SSC_CDMX!!”

Meanwhile, the head of government of the capital, Claudia Sheinbaum, shared a message via his Twitter account in which he announced “recognition” of the work of the police who participated in the march.

“Applause and my recognition for the great work of @SSC_CDMX policemen for their dedication and courage for the safety of citizens. #25N,” he wrote.

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