What you need to know:
On the afternoon of November 28, a protest was held to demand the approval of the 40 working hours in the Chamber of Deputies in Mexico City.
Mmmta… On the afternoon of this November 28, a protest took place in the vicinity of the Chamber of Deputies to demand approval of the initiative for 40 working hours in Mexico.
The thing is that it all ended with the presence of police (who are not grenadiers) pushing and hitting the protesters who blocked Eduardo Molina, Zaragoza and San Lázaro.
This is how the protest over 40 working hours in Mexico ended
On the afternoon of November 28, several people arrived near the Chamber of Deputies, in San Lázaro, to demand approval of the initiative for the 40 working hours.
And you are not here to know, but we are here to tell you. This Tuesday, the Board of Directors of the Lower House announced that the initiative is going back to committees so that they can add what they agreed to in the Open Parliament.
In accordance with Footerwhich was launched, The mobilization was called by the Migala collectivea group of young people who do not want to spend more time in the office than with their family.