Feminist march for free abortion in CDMX, September 28, live

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The feminist march for free abortion in Mexico City (CDMX) this 2 takes placeSeptember 8, 2023. Various groups gathered to mobilize the 'green tide' towards the capital socket.

Within the framework of Global Day of Action for Legal, Safe and Accessible Abortion, women demonstrate in CDMX and in other states such as Baja California, Hidalgo, Puebla, Veracruz, Tamaulipas, State of Mexico, Baja California Sur and Yucatán.



Around 6:00 p.m., the pro-abortion march concluded in CDMX, the preliminary number of attendees at the feminist protest was 1,200 pesos.

They paint and set fire in front of the National Palace

Women of the black block paint on the fences that were placed in the National Palace.

Some of the women set fire to the protections metal and others hit them with different tools and hammers.

600 "Ateneas" women participate in the pro-abortion march in CDMX

The Secretariat of Citizen Security reported that 600 women Police from the “Ateneas” Group were deployed along the route that the participants in this Wednesday's march will take.

The Rescue and Medical Emergencies Squad (ERUM) was also summoned to attend to any emergency. A total of 10 ambulances6 motorcycle ambulances and 30 paramedics are in the vicinity.

Thus, 50 more elements of the Undersecretary of Traffic Control are in charge of closurescuts and diversions to vehicular circulation.

Block of feminists in the Caballito

In the sculpture of El Caballito, in Reforma, The first contingent that has already advanced towards the Zócalo of CDMX met. This is the 'Ola Verde' collective.

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