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!  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 "Long Live Bartlett" or a "Long Live Organized Crime". would give.
Another former president who joined the commentaries on the Scream and mentioned Bartlett was Vicente Fox, who described López Obrador as outstanding because the scream is "to satisfy himself and the 20 living gigantic ego ".
The scream of Lopez's arrogance is on its own and the 20 "living" are said to satisfy his gigantic "ego".
Long live the 4th train
Long live the CENTE
Vi "La chingada"
Long live the chair
Es Live Bejarano
Long live Ponce
Long live re-election
Long live Cuba
Long live Venezuela
̵1; Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) [1945901215September2019
Previously had President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said that in the Grito de Independencia ceremony, which he will hold for the first time in the National Palace, he will call twenty "alive".
"I wanted less or more, but I've already decided that they will be alive under the given circumstances and essentially 20! See you tomorrow night See you there!" The president announced on his Twitter on Saturday -Account. 19659007] The ceremony lasts about 45 minutes and is broadcast on national radio and television stations.
The Ministry of the Interior requested via the Directorate-General for Radio, Television and Cinematography (RTC) all TV and radio stations to transmit the national festivities starting at 22.50.
After the ceremony of independence, the chapel of the Center for the Musical Education and Development of Mixed Culture of Santa María Tlahuitoltepec of Oaxaca, "the best that our country has in music," López Obrador announced.
Also with the participation of Eugenia León and the El Limón Band.