Over the weekend, tens of thousands of Mexicans took to the streets to protest a proposed law that would weaken the electoral authority of the country. The protests were held in cities across the country, with the largest in Mexico City, where over 100,000 people gathered to express their outrage at the proposed law.
The law, which is being proposed by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, would give the president more control over the electoral process. Critics of the law are concerned that it could lead to electoral fraud and undermine the integrity of the electoral system.
The protests were largely peaceful, although there were some reports of clashes between protesters and police. The protesters voiced their concerns about the proposed law, as well as their fears that it could lead to the erosion of democracy in Mexico.
The protests have been met with a mixed response from the government. While the president has defended the proposed law, some members of his party have voiced their opposition to it.
The protests are likely to continue in the coming days, as Mexicans continue to voice their concerns about the proposed law. It remains to be seen whether or not the government will take heed of the protesters’ demands and make changes to the proposed law.