Mayor Eliazar Gutiérrez gives the Cry of Independence in the new Municipal Palace of Navolato

Navolato, Sinaloa.- From the balcony of the new municipal palace of the local government of Navolato, Mayor Eliazar Gutiérrez Angulo, carried out tonight the ceremony of the 211st anniversary of the Cry of Independence, one of the most important events in the history of the people of Mexico.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the act to commemorate the beginning of the fight for the independence of our country was carried out with limited access and in compliance with health protocols to avoid contagion of this disease.

As part of the official ceremony, the secretary of the City Council Jesús Ángel Reátiga García, read the act of declaration of Independence issued by the Congress of Chilpancingo, and the secretary of the presidency Fernando Valenzuela, addressed a message on the history of this armed struggle , and highlighted the characters who spearheaded this important movement.

Before the officials that make up his work team and their families, the municipal president Eliazar Gutiérrez, went out to the balcony of the new Government building accompanied by his wife María Martha Zazueta de Gutiérrez, and was given the national flag by the Pentathlon staff , around 9:00 p.m.

After sounding the campaign, he shouted “Today, September 15, we honor the heroes who gave us homeland and freedom. Mexicans: Long live National Independence! Long live Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla! Long live José María Morelos y Pavón! Long live Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez! Long live Aldama! Long live Allende! Long live Guerrero! Long live all the heroes of independence! Long live Mexico! Long live Mexico! Long live Mexico!

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Immediately, they intoned the notes of the national anthem and the national flag was removed to end the solemn act, and immediately afterwards a beautiful fireworks show began, which in a few seconds illuminated the sky with lights of different colors.

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