AMLO will visit Michoacán on the last day of the government of Silvano Aureoles and the start of Ramírez Bedolla

Morelia, Michoacán.- Michoacán is about to receive the visit of the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) during the last day of government of Silvano Aureoles and the beginning of the new administration, which is headed by the Morenista Alfredo Ramírez Bedolla.

But, although AMLO’s visit coincides with the culmination of a government and the arrival of MORENA to state power, it has officially been said that it is the anniversary of the birth of Jose maria morelos and pavon, one of the national heroes, is what motivates his visit.

It is next September 30th when the 256th anniversary of the birth of José María Teclo Morelos Pavón y Pérez, a commemorative act is already being prepared in the land where he was born: the city of Morelia, Michoacán.

According to local media, at the moment the development of the formal act that this year would have the presence of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, after the then head of government Olga Sánchez Cordero attended last year.

“We will already see in what format the event would be held with the President of Mexico, since a lot has to do with the wave of Covid-19 infections as it is going, and if it goes down and applies the vaccines, it will help us a lot to do some activities “, he pointed Alfonso Martinez Alcazar, new municipal president of Morelia.

Although it is tradition in Morelia make a civic parade, this year its realization is still being evaluated because massive events still represent a risk due to the still latent Covid-19 pandemic.

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“It is something that has to be seen, and there could be the possibility for it, it could be that there could be a parade. But in order to perform, first the three levels of government must agree, second to obey what we see of contagions “added the incoming mayor to the local press.

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