This is December 8, 2023, authorized by the city of Mexico and the city Gustavo A. Maderodieron el banderazo del Operational Basílica 2023which will be the tip of the spear to give security to the neighbors of the area and the thousands of pilgrims who enter the capital with the fervor to see the Virgen de Guadalupe and to sing her mornings on December 12th.
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Prophetic from the banderazo for the “Operative Basílica 2023” on the CDMX
Virgen de Guadalupe: times and recommendations to visit the Basilica on December 12th
Cortes a la circulation por Operativo Basílica 2023
For the reason of the celebration there Virgen de Guadalupe in the BasilicaThe capital authorities announced the intense operations that will provide security and refuge to thousands of pilgrims who will travel to the area. In social terms, it is noted that the perimeter of the Basilica de Guadalupe will maintain a barrier to vehicular traffic on Avenida Insurgentes Norte, Avenida Cantera, Avenida Martín Carrera, Avenida FC Hidalgo and Avenida Talismán.
To maintain order within the perimeter of the Basilica of Guadalupesearch for 700 policies, among elements of the Secretaría de Seguridad Ciudadana (SSC) of the CDMX, of the Guardia Nacional (GN), Protección Civil Capitalina, agents of the Federal Procuraduría del Consumidor (Profeco) and medical services, will be located in the red of the area to avoid abuse, to support tourists, pilgrims and old-timers who live in this part of the Gustavo A. Madero hotspot.
Map of the guarded perimeter of the Basílica de Guadalupe
Local authorities Gustavo A. Madero predicted that a little more than a million people, including pilgrims and tourists, would come to the aid of the Basilica of Guadalupe. Además de comercios y habitantes de la zona.
Security forms for the Basilica Operative 2023
To toast better attention to the people who attend the celebration of the Virgen de Guadalupe this December 12th in the Basilica, the General Tax of Justice of the City of Mexico (FGJ-CDMX) has enabled four modules; one in the Atrium of the Basilica; further on the explanation of the La Villa station, of the Sistema de Transporte Colectivo (STC) Metro; one more on Avenida Noé y Calzada de Guadalupe: finally the fourth module located in the Parque del Mestizaje.
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