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The National Guard has its first lift for the military parade

CITY OF MEXICO The command trumpet sounded on Monday at 00:18 on military field number 1 when Operation Patria 2019 began. The personnel of the armored force group left the beds, put out the sheets and began to dress quickly after the bath had been carried out the previous night. The military adjusted the camisoles, field caps and boots, perfectly …

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Amnesty for women who have been aborted for drug trafficking under threat or for theft, AMLO suggests document

Applications may be submitted by family members of the party concerned or by public human rights organizations. The Amnesty Law Initiative, which sent President AMLO to Congress, would release juveniles in connection with criminal offenses against health either because they are consumers accused of drug trafficking, or because of their poverty were forced to participate in tort threats or those …

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Procuratorate goes to Jesús Murillo and Tomás Zerón

[email protected] Prior to the release of 24 defendants for the disappearance of the 43 normalist students of Ayotzinapa the Prosecutor General's Office (FGR) will have resources and will institute proceedings the Exprocurator Jesús Murillo Karam and the former Criminal Police Office (AIC) Tomás Zerón de Lucio are brought to trial for breach of their responsibilities In investigating the case, warned …

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Full esplanade of the Government Palace in Grito de Independencia

Culiacán .- On the promenade of the Government Palace full of families from Sinaloa, who arrived from 17.00 to enjoy the national holidays, Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel will utter the cry of independence and sounds as Dolores Hidalgo's bell Priests Miguel Hidalgo and Costilla did in the early hours of September 16, 209 years ago. On the central balcony you …

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López Obrador offers his first cry of independence

MEXICO CITY. With "living" anonymous heroes, democracy, indigenous communities and universal brotherhood, Andrés Manuel López Obrador gave the first cry of independence of his sex tonight. In addition to the traditional harangues for national heroes – Miguel Hidalgo, José María Morelos, Ignacio Allende and the Corregidora Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez – the president included characters such as ] Leona Vicario …

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Couple discussion ends in a tragedy in Monterrey Bar

NUEVO LEÓN The authorities of Nuevo León investigate the death of a man in a state of drunkenness that has fallen from the terrace of a bar in Monterrey conducted a conversation his wife. The facts were recorded in a shop in the Cumbres Elite colony. The victim was identified as Adrián Israel "N", 35, Fallen from the fourth floor …

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AMLO makes its first cry with the heroes of Mexico and democracy

As he advanced, President López Obrador summoned 20 living, including the freedom, justice, sovereignty and cultural greatness of Mexico. With the "living" heroic people of Mexico the heroes Anonymous for Democracy, Indigenous Communities and universal brotherhood, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador gave the first independence cry of his sex tonight . In addition to the traditional harangues for national heroes …

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Last farewell to a kid kidnapped by her nanny in Chiapas

Tuxtla Gutiérrez.- Family and friends said goodbye to the girl for the last time Ximena "N" in the town of Mezcalapa who was abducted on September 4 and whose body It was on this Saturday near a bridge in the city in the north of Chiapas. The youngest, who would be 7 years old this month, stated that he would …

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Calderón animates Bartlett: He is his "favorite dinosaur"

The former President Felipe Calderón told the head of the Federal Electricity Commission ( CFE ), that Manuel Bartlett is his "Favorite Dinosaurs" and the "ridicule and shame" of the PRI are now Morena . This after Bartlett called him on his social networks . "Captain Borolas" in response to Calderón Hinojosa that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador could call …

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Manuel Bartlett responds to Felipe Calderón's comment on El Grito

Manuel Bartlett Díaz, Director General of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), responded to a tweet from the former President of Mexico, Felipe Calderón, with the sentence: Salud Capitán Borolas! [19659002] The above was an answer to a tweet published by Calderón in which he questioned the "distortion" of the tradition of Grito de Independencia and asked if it was a …

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