Marina del Pilar leads the celebration of the Mexican Revolution

The memorial parade on Saturday drew 759 people from various institutions.

The Governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda, led the celebrations with a performance of the Civic Sports parade in the state capital on the 111th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution. The state president stressed the significance of November 20 in our culture, as it marked the start of a social movement that ushered in the country's second change and created the groundwork for contemporary Mexico.

"Democracy, the United Mexican States' Political Constitution, people's sovereignty, and social justice exhibited in citizens' well-being, as well as effective voting and non-reelection, are surely the political institutions that today allow us to be here," she stated.

She emphasized that the national level is presently seeing the consolidation of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's Fourth Transformation, which is a peaceful, legal, democratic Revolution centered on the well-being of the citizens who need it most.

"Today, we are witnessing a Fourth Transformation that is nurtured by prior national change movements, with a constant focus on the most vulnerable people, our girls, and boys, youth, women, and families. She stated that she is "against inequities, corruption, and social injustice."

She stated that all Mexicans are today celebrating not only what has been established through time but also what we aspire to be in the future with certainty and optimism, looking straight ahead with our Heart Ahead to write a new tale for our daughters and sons. Finally, Marina del Pilar Avila Olmeda recognized and thanked all the athletes, educators, and members of civil society, not only for their participation in the civic celebration commemorating the heroic deed but also for their contribution in allowing us to continue to look forward with enthusiasm to the future and adapt to societal changes day by day.

Local athletes, kids from dozens of primary, elementary, and high schools, the Aguilas de Mexicali Baseball Club, and the Soles de Mexicali Professional Basketball Club were among the 759 people who took part in the march.

The Municipal Public Security Directorate (DSPM), the Health and Education Secretariats, and the National Defense Secretariat (SEDENA) all lent their help. Tania Jiménez Manzanares, a paralympic athlete, kicked off the procession, which was accessible to the public.


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