More than 500,000 people, according to estimates related to the conveners, have gathered this Sunday in Mexico City’s Zócalo square to protest against the reform of the electoral regulations promoted by the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Former congressman Fernando Belazunzarán gave the figure, an attendant to the demonstration, in defense of the National Electoral Institute (INE), which has dyed white and pink – colors symbol of the protest – the main square of the Mexican capital.
The first attendees were surprised by a large banner hung from the façade of the Congress by . . .