Thousands in Campeche march again in support of police officers – El Sol de México

Campeche.- Thousands of people marched this Saturday on the Campeche boardwalk towards the Government Palace in support of the state police who have been protesting at the facilities for 28 days at the Secretariat of Citizen Protection and Security (SPCS) and who demand the head of that agency, Marcela Muñoz Martínez.

During the journey, civil associations collected signatures to request the State Congress for a political trial against the head of Security, whom the protesters accuse of being the intellectual person responsible for the failed operation to transfer 11 allegedly dangerous inmates to higher security prisons, who would have left at least 50 injured, including police officers and people deprived of their liberty, events that occurred on March 15.

The participants in the walk, who were supported by political leaders opposed to the ruling party, as well as friends, sympathizers and relatives of the police officers who remain in protest, carried banners, canvas and cardboard rejecting Muñoz Martínez and other figures of the Regeneration Movement National (Morena).

There was also rejection of Governor Layda Sansores. The protesters shouted “Out with Layda”, “The people woke up, Morena has already died”, “Out with Morena”, “Vote for punishment”.

This demonstration coincided with the preparations to start state and municipal campaigns.

The first to start local campaigns was the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), in alliance with the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), and from 9:30 p.m. they met at the headquarters of their state committee until precisely at 00: 01 minute this Sunday start with proselytism.

Morena will give its starting signal this Sunday at 4:00 p.m. in its state committee, in the Santa Ana neighborhood, while Movimiento Ciudadano (MC) and the National Action party (PAN) had not defined until this Saturday night publicly dates, times and ways of starting their local proselytizing activities.

“We still don’t know,” said one source from the PAN members, while the Emecistas only responded “that’s what we’re working on.”

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