After March 25N, 17 women are reported injured in CDMX

MEXICO CITY.- Various feminist collectives they marched this Thursday in Mexico City within the framework of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to denounce the different types of violence that women experience every day.

The manifestation started at the Monument to the Revolution bound for the plate of the Zócalo.

Of the slogans that the protesters chanted were: “The police do not take care of me, my friends take care of me”, “Down with the patriarchy that is going to fall” and “Alert that the feminist struggle in Latin America is walking.”

Report 17 injured after March 25N in CDMX

Upon reaching the Zócalo they registered some clashes with the police that surrounded the National Palace, seat of the Government and residence of the President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

According to information from the City Government in said demonstration 1,500 people participated and they were counted 17 injured women, mostly policemen.

The Rescue and Emergency Medical Squad (ERUM) provided medical care on site to 17 people, of which 11 were policewomen, a public servant and five civilians, including a member of the media. None required transfer.

Staff of the Secretariat of Citizen Security removed a dozen hammers, tubes, screwdrivers and other devices that generate violence, in accordance with the “Agreement for police action in the prevention of violence and acts that violate the exercise of rights while attending demonstrations and meetings in Mexico City” .

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