Culiacán, Sinaloa.- On the night of this September 15, the governor-elect of Sinaloa, Rubén Rocha Moya, came accompanied by his daughter Eneyda Rocha Ruiz to the ceremony of Cry of Independence.
Father and daughter looked very elegant for this Mexican party, he in a black suit and red tie, and she in a black outfit but with very colorful designs, according to this celebration.
“Long live Mexico,” he wrote Rubén Rocha Moya, to accompany the photograph in which he looks very smiling next to his daughter Eneyda.
Last night, the acting governor, Quirino Ordaz Coppel, gave the last Cry of Independence of his administration.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the ceremony for the commemoration of the 211 anniversary of the Cry of Independence was carried out in a simple way with the attendance of only 500 people on the esplanade of the Government Palace in the state capital.
After greeting the escort of the Ninth Military Zone and receiving the flag, along with civil and military authorities, as well as the governor-elect Rubén Rocha Moya, Quirino Ordaz went to the balcony to shout: “Long live Mexico!”
Regarding the commemoration of the 211 anniversary of the Independence of Mexico, Rubén Rocha Moya reiterated his commitment to work to transform the public life of the country.
“I invite Mexicans to continue on the path of freedom, democracy, equality and social justice (…) Long live Mexico! Long live Sinaloa!” Wrote Rubén Rocha Moya on his social networks.
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For her part, Eneyda Rocha Ruiz said: “Mexican men and women unite in the clamor for freedom and justice. Long live Mexico!”