Mexico's president defends decision to barricade palace ahead of women's march

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Ahead of International Women’s Day on Monday, barriers were also installed around other buildings and monuments in downtown Mexico City, where a year ago tens of thousands of people protested rampant violence against women and impunity.

“We have to avoid provocation of people who only want to cause damage,” López Obrador said at an event in Yucatan. “Imagine, if we don’t take care of the national palace and they vandalise it. What image will this send to the world?”

The more I read about Obrador the more I think he's just not worth a damn.
 

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Ahead of International Women’s Day on Monday, barriers were also installed around other buildings and monuments in downtown Mexico City, where a year ago tens of thousands of people protested rampant violence against women and impunity.

“We have to avoid provocation of people who only want to cause damage,” López Obrador said at an event in Yucatan. “Imagine, if we don’t take care of the national palace and they vandalise it. What image will this send to the world?”

The more I read about Obrador the more I think he's just not worth a damn.
He's taking a page from the Xiden admin.
 

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