This is what the Zócalo of the CDMX looks like in AMLO’s Third Government Report

Today, Wednesday, December 1, the Third AMLO Government Report from the Zócalo Capitalino of the CDMX. Images of the iron and surrounding streets have begun to circulate through social networks, which are crowded with supporters of the Tabasco politician.

“You are not alone” and “It is an honor to be with Obrador” were the phrases most chanted by the attendees, who threw a loud applause when they saw that The first president left through the Honor Gate of the National Palace accompanied by his wife Beatriz Gutiérrez to report the achievements obtained throughout his three years of government.

The Zócalo of the CDMX received the visit of thousands of people, who wanted to know the president’s message. 53.20% of the votes cast by the ‘Together we will make history’ coalition made the Tabasco politician rise to power.

AMLO began his speech assuring that Mexico has known how to face the current coronavirus pandemic and that it had been possible thanks to the strength of the people. She also mentioned that she was happy to see that communities are already receiving the support they have long deserved.

How much was said in the Third Government Report?

Among the topics discussed during the Third Government Reporthighlights the increase in social programs and the application of the Patria vaccine for 2022. It also revealed that the Secretariat of National Defense will be the new one in charge of distributing the medicines in the country So what health workers will be basified.

On the other hand, the president mentioned that he wishes that at the end of his mandate all Mexicans receive the medical attention they deserve. In the same way, he assured that the economy will grow 6% in 2022, that there is stability in the economy, that the crisis has been overcome successfully, that there is no indebtedness and that the minimum wage will increase again.

When did AMLO become president?

53.20% of the votes cast by the ‘Together we will make history’ coalition made the Tabasco politician rise to power.

According to information circulating on the Internet, the same as AmericanPost.News bring for you, Andrés Manuel López Obrador became the President of Mexico on December 1, 2018 and his term will end in 2024. In his third year, the president received 62% approval, according to the survey conducted by Enkoll.

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