Few participated in the march of the judiciary; They believed in us: AMLO

Few participated in the march of the judiciary;  They believed in us: AMLO

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador explained that the demonstration by the workers of the proxy was his goal to defend “privileges.”

“I do not share the defense of privilege, but I respect their right to demonstrate,” he said during his morning press conference at the National Palace on Monday.

“Fortunately, many did not participate in the demonstration, the workers believed in us, that they will not be affected in any way, that is up to the management, at the top,” he added.

The president reiterated that the protesters expressed themselves “with absolute freedom” and reiterated that they had the right to do so.

However, he explained that the purpose of the mobilization was to defend the “privileges” of ministers and senior officials of the judiciary. He also attacked the ministers who took part in the marches, accusing them of high salaries.

“How do I agree to these demonstrations?” he asked.

The president explained that fences had been placed in front of the National Palace as a precaution to prevent provocations.

“We must protect the palace from provocations,” he said.

Similarly, he reiterated that the resources of the thirteen trusts whose exclusion is sought are used for social programs and again proposed that they be flagged.

Tens of thousands of Mexican justice workers, supporters and politicians marched in more than two dozen cities on Sunday in an unprecedented protest against AMLO’s proposed cuts to the country’s justice system.

Protesters, including judges, marched in the country’s major cities, such as Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Cancún, Mérida, Puebla and Tijuana, as well as Aguascalientes, Celaya, Colima, Chihuahua, Cuernavaca, León, Mexicali, Querétaro, Saltillo, Tampico, Torreón, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Uruapan, Veracruz and Xalapa.

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Source: La Neta Neta