Mexico.- The wait is over. A few minutes after 11 p.m. on Wednesday, September 15, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador accompanied by his wife Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller began with the protocols to celebrate the 211th Anniversary of the Independence of Mexico.
López Obrador, dressed in a black suit and wearing the Mexican presidential sash, walked hand in hand with Gutiérrez Müller, who she wore a long and beautiful blue dress with a light blazer, which had some white floral arrangements embedded in the shoulders, clothing that accompanied with earrings of the same color. To give the final touch to her outfit, the writer chose an updo.
After making the tour to the National Palace box, behind the presidential couple, the Mexican escort handed the Mexican flag to the head of the Federal Executive Power and, after carrying out the solemn process, President López Obrador went to the box, where he Beatriz Gutiérrez was waiting.
“Mexicans, Mexicans Long live Independence! Long live Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla! Long live José María Morelos y Pavón! Long live Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez! Long live Ignacio Allende! Long live Leona Vicario! Long live Vicente Guerrero! Long live the anonymous heroes! Long live freedom! Long live justice! Long live equality! Long live democracy! Long live honesty! Long live our sovereignty! Long live the universal brotherhood! Long live love of neighbor! Long live the cultures of pre-Hispanic Mexico!“, pronounced the head of state
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the elements of the Armed Forces were in charge of answering each “Viva” pronounced by the federal president, since the entry of civilians was not allowed.
“Long live Mexico! Long live Mexico! Long live Mexico!” Exclaimed President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and proceeded to give the traditional bells.
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After the Mexican national anthem, the highest president proceeded to deliver the flag of Mexico to the national escort and the celebrations for the Independence of the Mexican Republic illuminated the esplanade of the Zocalo of the city of mexico.