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Hundreds of women came out to the center of CDMX to march against violence against girls, adolescents and adult women in Mexico.
This Saturday November 25 and on the occasion of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Several collectives and organizations marched in CDMX to eliminarviolence against himGirls, adolescents and adult women.
As we told you, groups such as Amnesty International, 8M Mexico Coordination, the National Front Against Vicarious Violence CAM-CAI, the Collective of Loving Mothers Against Vicarious Violence and others called for This march that took place along Paseo de la Reforma to the Zócalo of CDMX.
Thousands of women marched in CDMX to eradicate violence against women
Several photos and videos circulated through social networks that showed how different blocks, such as Collectives of Searching Mothers, gathered at the Angel of Independence to demand justice to eradicate violence against women in our country.
From different places like the Estela de Luz, the roundabout of the women who fight and the Monument to the Revolution, Different groups marched towards the Zócalo plateau accompanied by banners and silhouettes and cardboard figures where they told stories of the victims of violence.
Collectives and organizations marched in CDMX to eradicate violence against himgirls, adolescents and adult women
While most of the protesters remembered the women who have been victims of sexist violence in Mexico, they also They demanded that the country’s authorities step up and guarantee access to justice for the women.
Above all, many They pointed out the fact that the aggressors of girls, adolescents and adult women remain free or unpunished. as has happened with 7 out of every 100 homicides and half of femicides in Mexico in the last six years.
A white balance was reported in the 25N march in CDMX
During the march there was an operation in which hundreds of “Ateneas” police women participated, as well as other public servants and emergency support services. Although On social networks the complaint was the surveillance number in the city for the demonstration.
According to the Secretariat of Government (SECGOB) and the Citizen Security Security (SSC) of Mexico City, A total of 1,500 people participated in the demonstration and it was carried out peacefully, Well, they even reported a white balance. At least that’s what they indicated in a statement.
Here are the photos and videos of the 25N march in CDMX this Saturday: