Monday, October 1, 2012

Mass mobilization called for December 1 in Mexico City


Mass mobilization called for December 1 in Mexico City in protest of the transfer of executive power to Peña Nieto

Virgilio Sanchez / Correspondent

Oaxaca, Mexico (September 23, 2012). - Participants of the Second National Convention against the Imposition have designed a plan of protest action prior to the inauguration of Enrique Peña Nieto as President of Mexico.

The program contains 14 actions to be implemented in September, October and November, which include direct actions at media centers, public offices and public marches.

On December 1, the day of the transfer of federal executive power, the # YoSoy132 movement activists have planned mass mobilization in Mexico City.

After two days of sessions in this city, Peña Nieto's opponents have agreed that on October 1 they will mobilize en mass at the Zócalo of Mexico City; on 23 and 24 October there will be a blockade of the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), and 6 and 7 November another public blockade of the Mexican Stock Exchange.

Regarding the media, the call to action will realize a public blockade on October 3 of corporate television stations, on October 9 and 10 of newspapers, and November 20 of radio broadcasters.

As for the planned marches, the militants of the movement # YoSoy132 have planned a sit in at the national Congress on September 25 against “labor reform” legislation and two days later a march from the Monument to the Revolution to San Lazaro, for the same cause.
A Women’s March from the Monument to the Mother to the Legislative Assembly of the Federal District will occur on September 30; on October 2 a strike is planned of students and labor, and from 2 to 21 October there is to be an occupation of the Cervantes Festival.

November 2 has been pronounced the Day of the Dead killed in the drug war.

The youth movement has called for a Third National Convention Against the Imposition on December 2nd and 3rd.

Virgilio Sánchez / Corresponsal

Programa #132 marchas contra imposición

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