October 2: Masked men smash windows of Palacio Postal; an injury was reported
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This Sunday October 2nd The annual march was held to commemorate the fallen, 54 years after the rally in Tlatelolco’s Plaza de las Tres Culturas was suppressed by the army and left hundreds of young people dead.
According to the 68 Committee for Democratic Freedoms, the march was led by said contingent, along with the parents and relatives of the 43 missing students Ayotzinapaas well as dozens of social, popular, and student organizations.
2:35 p.m.: The road layout of the CDMX continues with the Traffic closure on Avenida 20 de Noviembre at Venustiano Carranza; recommends an alternative road through Isabel la Católica and Eje Central.
2:04 p.m.: Martí Batres, Government Secretary of the CDMX, reported that all the contingents entered the Zócalo; however, he did not point to setbacks.
2:01 p.m: Hooded people have been reported preparing for it throw explosives against the fences of the National Palace.
1:41 p.m.: The first contingents enter the plate of the capital’s Zócalo.
1:34 p.m.: With a hoodie They smashed the windows of the Palacio Postal with stones during his advance along Eje Central Lázaro Cárdenas; an injury was reported.
1:15 p.m.: A group of hooded men They fired rockets at elements of the Citizen Security Secretariat at the level of the central axis; However, no injured police officers were reported.
Citizens report the presence of a group of grenadiers.
1:21 p.m.: Government Secretary of the CDMX “There are a few 40 people camouflaged with loaded backpacks“, although he did not indicate any conflict during the mobilization.
Information in development…