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Protesters go to the South Peripheral and ignore the traffic heading south of the CDMX

by Trend News
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A group of 30 people are locked together Southern Peripheral at the height of Ollin Yoliztli Cultural Centerheading to the south City of MexicoThis caused the circulation to collapse in the area due to the presence of the demonstrators.

In social circles they have come to know different people videos where one appreciates the severe affection derived from the glass vial for what is suitable for them automovilistas Avoid the area or go to the south of the country’s capital. Both the central and lateral carriages are affected.

Students and academics demand several jobs

View of the block on the hill of the Ollin Yoliztli Cultural Center. PHOTO: Aline Nicolás

I read with the first reports from the group non-compliant, who find themselves looking for the central and lateral carriages of the Southern Periphery towards the south of the CDMXit is conformed to students y academics of the Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia (ENAH) of the Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), quienes demandan better and better work.

The traffic light began shortly after 4:00 pm and in some cases an hour of activity has caused heavy congestion throughout the area close to Cuicuilco y Perisur.

The demonstrators are students and academics of the ENAH. PHOTO: Aline Nicolás

Some photographs taken by the team El Heraldo Digital they corroborate the demands and requests of some of the workers and workers of the ENAH, who bring cards with them demands.

The cierre vial has cleared the traffic in the area south of the CDMX. PHOTO: Aline Nicolás

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