Fernando Belauzarán, one of the political opponents of the administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, used the social networks to remind the president of Mexico your position regarding use of force to suppress the demonstrations.
“There is always a tweet”, Wrote the also columnist of Excelsior, quoted by The Broken Chair; To quote the message that López Obrador published on February 11, 2010, during Felipe Calderón’s administration:
There is always a tweet https://t.co/wh2ng3jrgP
– Fernando Belaunzarán (@ferbelaunzaran) October 13, 2021
“Next Tuesday we will present in the Senate a point of agreement to prevent the repression of mining workers. We are like 1906”, Wrote ago 11 years the current president of Mexico.
On that occasion, the Tabasco politician demanded from the president in turn that the public force be used against the workers, who were demonstrating for their rights to better dignified conditions, as happened this morning in the refinery Two mouths.
What happened at the Dos Bocas refinery?
As reported, this Wednesday state anti-riot elements and the Mexican Navy repressed a demonstration with tear gas and coma bullets, that they launched against refinery workers, who were protesting for better working conditions.
The refinery, it is known, is one of the biggest projects in the administration of the current Mexican president, as well as the Maya Trend and the new international airport, which has aroused widespread controversy among its detractors.
Even before Belauzarán’s signaling, there were several users who took the opportunity to comment with videos and messages to ask the president for answers:
“Hello López, I come from the future and guess what you did to the workers of your Dos Bocas White elephant,” says journalist Carlos Torres.
Hi Lopez, I come from the future and guess what you did to the workers of your Dos Bocas White elephant. pic.twitter.com/N30KJz2K5O
– Carlos Torres (@CarlosTorresF_) October 13, 2021