Cancun, Quintana Roo, (May 28, 2021).- For an hour, residents of irregular neighborhoods in Cancun demonstrated this Thursday morning, May 27, at kilometer zero of the Cancun hotel zone, as a measure of pressure against the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) to demand the disappearance of the committees of neighborhood collection due to high costs in services, for which the Secretary-General of the City Council of Benito Juárez, Quintana Roo municipality, Flor Ruiz, had to intervene.
Although they assured that they would not desist from the protest that began around ten o’clock this Thursday, the blockade of access to the Hotel Zone was lifted as soon as they were attended by the official, between 45 minutes and an hour.
Together with the general secretary of the City Council, the trustee Heyden Cebada spoke with the protesters, with whom they promised to intervene before the CFE.
The protesters identified themselves as inhabitants of irregular settlements such as Fidel Velázquez, Mérida, and La Jungla neighborhoods, in which, due to their irregular nature, neighborhood collection committees were created that transfer resources to the CFE, given the impossibility of placing poles or meters.
These neighborhood collection committees protesters accused the CFE of charging higher rates than regular.
In the area, an operation was mounted with staff from the Ministry of Public Security, to guide traffic in such an important circulation area.
Source: La Jornada Maya
more recommended stories
Mexico proposes a European Union-style block for Latin America and the Caribbean
Latin American and Caribbean nations should.
Charco del Ingenio Botanical Garden in San Miguel de Allende
GUANAJUATO, (September 15, 2021).- Located a.
AMLO rolled out the red carpet for Cuba’s President Diaz Canel (Opinion)
By Andres Oppenheimer Mexican President Andrés.
Mexico seeks leadership role in Latin America (Opinion)
By CHRISTOPHER SHERMAN MEXICO CITY — (AP).
Hundreds of illegal immigrants are crossing the Rio Grande into the US (Watch Video)
Taking advantage of an apparent lapse.
Construction industry continues to be the economic engine of Yucatán
Merida Yucatan; September 18, 2021 (ACOM) .-.
After five days missing in Buctzotz, Yucatán, Bartolo is found alive
Buctzotz, Yucatan; September 18, 2021 (ACOM) .-.
Baby crocodiles hatch in the Rio Lagartos reserve
Rio Lagartos, Yucatan; September 18, 2021 (ACOM).
Progreso City Council invite young people to join the beach cleaning 2021
Progreso, Yucatán, (September 18, 2021).- Within.
Maya Train ballast coming in at Progreso
Mérida, Yucatán, (September 18, 2021).- 24.