Collectives and opposition parties have called on citizens to demonstrate against Plan B for electoral reform. (dark room)

The second march in support of the National Electoral Institute (INE) will take place this Sunday, February 26 at 11:00 a.m., the meeting place will be Zocalo Esplanade capital, located in the historic center of Mexico City (CDMX).

The movement will seek to defend the body from the establishment of the Electoral Reform Plan B proposed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO).

Supporters attending the march have been called in from 7am, so there will be vehicle cuts, closures and possible changes to public transport such as the Transit System (CTS). Metro there metrobus. On this occasion the organization has not traced a precise route, it will directly be the arrival of the demonstrators on the Plaza de la Constitución.

The streets through which you can access the Plaza de la Constitución on foot will be the following:


-May 5

-November 20

-September 16

Caution is advised as José María Pino Suárez Street will remain closed to motorists and pedestrians.

Some Line 2 metro stations they will not provide service due to mobilization.

-Pin Suarez



The ace alternative routes to get to the Zócalo are Allende, Pino Suárez, Isabel La Católica, San Juan de Letrán, Allende, Balderas, Juárez, Bellas Artes and Hidalgo.

So far, the Metrobús public transport system has not issued any statements regarding transport in the city centre.

Roads closed to vehicles:

-Madero Street

-May 5

-November 20.

-September 16.

-José Maria Pino Suarez

If you have to travel near the city center and you travel by car, these are alternatives for cross the historic center and reach your destination without problems.

-Axis 3 East Francisco Del Paso and Troncoso

-Bicentenary Circuit

-Peripheral ring

-Calzada Chivatito

-Eje 1 Oriente Circunvalación

– Pavement beams

– Puente de Alvarado Avenue

-Ribera de San Cosme Avenue

-Faience River

-Chapultepec Avenue

-Fray Servando Teresa de Mier

-Axis 1 North Radius

-Avenida José Maria Izazaga

-Avenida Constituyentes

-Calzada Mexico – Tacuba

– President Masarik

-Axis 3 South and Baja California

On the other hand, the organizations which have called for this movement have pointed out that will be replicated in over 90 citiesin which the appointment is fixed between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., in the representative squares of the different places.

Despite the fact that they didn’t indicate anywhere what time it would end, estimated to last over an hoursince we expect that show up at least three speakers: an employee of the electoral service, the journalist Beatrice Pages and the retired minister Jose Ramon Cossioat the end of the event, they must sing the national anthem.

(Photo: @redesunidosmx)
(Photo: @redesunidosmx)

The Mexico City government is preparing to receive the protesters, which is why they have protected various buildings in the historic center to avoid any damage.

On Saturday February 25, the National Palace was surrounded by metal fences two meters high, on the eve of the concentration expected on the plateau of the Basement capital, located in the Mexico City Historic Center. He was also protected metropolitan cathedralas it has been since 2021.

The march was originally called by the businessman Claudio X GonzalezHowever, it has begun to be promoted by different civil organizations and by political parties opposed to the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), in order to take to the streets to show their disagreement with the recent Senate plenary vote. .

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