Enrique Peña Nieto will be burned at the Mazatlan Carnival

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To the sound of the tambora, the Bolsheviks announce the proclamation of the Burning of Bad Humor, which in this Carnival, which bears the name Equinoccio, the rebirth of the senses, will burn the ex-president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto

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Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- “The Committee of the Bolsheviks announces today its carnivalesque condemnation. Our evils will be embodied by the corrupt Enrique Peña Nieto. As bad as the narcos, the terrorists, the bad rulers, and the usurer bankers. Where today Enrique Peña Nieto steals, a major huachicolero, ignorant without shame, who only read the Bible from a pure gait (he deserves the wall). Without a doubt Peña Nieto is the most fearsome thief “, is part of the proclamation of the Burning of Bad Humor of this International Carnival of Mazatlan 2019, which this year was the turn of Enrique Peña Nieto to go to the stakeannounced by the Bolsheviks of Mazatlan.

Between photographs, dance, confetti and music, the character that will be burned today is known. Photo: Dania Loaeza
The sinaloense, chopsticks, the manicero and other topics entertained before and after the proclamation of the burning of the bad mood. Photo: Dania Loaeza

The emblematic characters came to this publishing house accompanied by the band La Mazatleca. To the sound of the tambora and clad in colorful harlequin costumes and masks, the Bolsheviks began to dance and invite the spectators to join in the celebration. Chopsticks, El Sinaloense, Manicero and other sones representative of this region were sung for the enjoyment of those who congregated in the lobby of this newspaper.  

Today, to the bonfire

This was the moment when they read the stanzas that raised the argument by which the former president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto was chosen to be taken to the stake today March 2 at 8:00 pm at the height of the Monument to Venadito.

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