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March 25N in CDMX: this is the route, closures and road alternatives


(Photo: EFE / Luis Torres)

On the occasion of the mobilizations planned for this Thursday November 25 for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, the Government of Mexico City, through the Secretariat of Government and the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC), will coordinate actions to protect protesters and the civilian population in general, so there will be road closures, so that the march is carried out without mishaps.

The 8M Coordination indicated that the route of the march will begin in the Angel of Independence at 4:00 p.m. and will culminate in the plate of the Plinth. Although the mobilizations are planned for that time, the media reported that since 8:00 In the morning some groups began to arrive at the capital’s zócalo.

Affected streets and road alternatives

Among the affected roads will be: Juárez, Hidalgo, Eje Central, Paseo de la Reforma, Lázaro Cárdenas and May 5.

March 25N in CDMX: this is the route, closures and road alternatives
March against gender violence in Mexico (AP)

Due to this, the Ministry of the Interior called to look for alternate routes What:

– Chapultepec Avenue

– Interior Circuit,

– Article 123, Pedro Moreno, Independencia and Venustiano Carranza streets,

– Axis 1 North and 1 East

– Jose Maria Izazaga

– Fray Servando Teresa de Mier.

Likewise, there will be a stop in front of the antimonumenta in Fine Arts and in the “Glorieta de las mujeres”, site where previously was the statue of Columbus.

Through a statement, the capital government announced that the SSC will deploy 2,500 female elements of the Traffic Control Undersecretariat, with a road device that they will maintain along affected avenues and streets during the passage of the different contingents.

March 25N in CDMX: this is the route, closures and road alternatives
(Photo: Karina Hernández / Infobae)

The Government of Mexico City, headed by Dr. Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, reiterated the call for protests free and peaceful on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, a date promoted by the United Nations Organization (UN) with which they begin 16 days of activism for this cause.

For her part, the Head of Government expressed from her social networks that: “Preventing and reducing violence against women also has to do with building a more just society. Where we have substantive equality for all, guaranteeing labor and civil rights. #You are not alone”.

It should be remembered that violence against women continues to rise in Mexico with more than 840 femicides so far this year, a problem that outrages millions of people.

However, yesterday the capital government presented the Second Annual Report of the Declaration of Alert for Violence against Women and Girls two years after its implementation, in which he detailed some results of the actions undertaken since the November 25, 2019 in CDMX.

March 25N in CDMX: this is the route, closures and road alternatives
(Photo: Tw / @ CerAleida)

For example, femicides in the metropolis they decreased by 22% from January to October of this year, with respect to the same period of 2020; and with respect to 2019, a 25%; while arrests for the crime increased 35%.

The Prosecutor Ernestina Godoy indicated that from December 2019 to October 2021 they have been linked to the process of 7,110 aggressors of women, of all crimes of violence, from family violence to femicide.

He stressed that this represents an increase in 37% in bonding the aggressor process, from January to October of this year, compared to the same period in 2019.

“We are on the right track in the combat femicide. There is a decrease in the incidence and an increase in detention and involvement in the process of aggressors. There are fewer cases of women killed by femicide and greater access to justice, ”she stated during the presentation.

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