Mayor Luis Benítez gives the Cry of Independence in Mazatlán, Sinaloa

Mazatlan. The government of Mazatlan He complied with giving Cry of IndependenceDespite the Covid-19 pandemic, and after remembering the heroes who gave us a homeland, the Mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, also praised Health workers, democracy and the Fourth Transformation.

The Scream ceremony in Mazatlán It was at a private event, inside the Municipal Palace, where only a few special guests, such as government officials, entered.

The media were able to appreciate the event on the Internet.

Before the Scream, the show Vientos del Sur was presented, with the Folkloric Ballet of the Mazatlán Institute of Culture, which made a musical tour with dances from various regions of the country, on the stage of the Angela Peralta Theater.

Right at 11:00 pm, the image was passed to the Central Patio of the Municipal Palace, to start the Scream ceremony.

There, the secretary of the City Council, José de Jesús Flores Segura, handed over the National Flag to an escort of elements of the Mexican Army, who, at the sound of the War Band, took it until it was placed in the hands of the Mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres. , who would proceed to perform the Grito, flanked by his wife, Gabriela Peña Chico, and representatives of the Mexican Army and the Mexican Navy.

Thus, Benítez Torres gave the traditional Scream.

“Mexicans and Mexicans, Mazatlan citizens: long live the heroes who gave us homeland, long live Liberty, long live Hidalgo, long live Morelos, long live Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez, long live Allende, long live Aldama, long live Galeana, long live Matamoros, long live Guerrero, long live the Health workers, long live Democracy, long live the Fourth Transformation, long live the Independence of Mexico, long live Mazatlán, long live Sinaloa, long live Mexico, long live Mexico, long live Mexico! ”.

Those present gave the respective “cheers”, before each mention.

After giving the Shout, the mayor rang the City Hall bell, and then the Mexican Flag waved.

Then, those present sang the National Anthem.

Subsequently, the mayor put the national flag back in the hands of the Army escort, who in turn returned it to the secretary of the City Council for safekeeping.

Family members joined the mayor and his wife inside the interior box, and enjoyed the fireworks, to the sound of the famous songs Corrido a Mazatlán and El Sinaloense.

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Thus, in just under 15 minutes, the 2021 version of the Cry of Independence Ceremony was held, in private, inside the Municipal Palace, and without a people gathered in the Republic square, as in 2020, due to the Covid pandemic -19.

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