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Residents of Las Americas desperate due to lack of electricity

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Dozens of residents of the Las Américas subdivision, in the northwest of Mérida, have been suffering from a lack of electricity for more than 24 hours.

Through social networks, residents expressed their annoyance over a new blackout, apparently the longest this month in that part of the city.

According to testimonies, the suspension of electricity began around 7 pm on Sunday, May 26, and, the problem continued for more than 24 hours.

Furthermore, the residents of the subdivision pointed out that the lack of this service not only affects the operation of electrical appliances in the homes and businesses of that dense residential area but also the supply of drinking water that operates underground with electricity.

Despite the countless calls for reports to the numbers enabled by the CFE, the parastatal’s response has been null, to such a degree that they have even disconnected the phones for reports.

However, those affected have made calls for help through social networks to restore power, mainly in stages II and VI of Las Américas; and they have turned to former governor Mauricio Vila Dosal to intercede.

However, many citizens blame directly Manuel Bartlett, director of the CFE and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador along with the leaders of the official party Morena for this situation.

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