Few attended the Mexican Revolution parade in Mazatlan

MAZATLAN Sinaloa.- To commemorate the 109th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, this morning the traditional revolutionary parade on Avenida del Mar was held.

With little assistance along the route, the parade had its highest concentration of attendees between the Al Pescador monument and the Hacienda hotel, where the temple and sound were placed for municipal authorities and special guests of the armed forces.

They were precisely elements of Municipal Transit, who opened the way to the personnel of the municipal DIF System and then to the contingent of members of the Navy and the Municipal Public Security Secretariat.

Subsequently, some educational institutions such as the Nautical School and federal high schools continued.

The young students showed their abilities to jump double rope, perform acrobatics and pyramids, leaving the free space for a rescue demonstration with the jaws of life by the Mexican Red Cross, Mazatlan delegation.

Attendees were able to observe the different groups of young people from schools, and private institutions that paraded with their respective escorts, honoring the Mexican national flag.

Others brought demonstrations of martial arts, cheerleading, folk dancing, war bands and regional music bands.

In summary it was a little colorful revolutionary parade, without much enthusiasm to celebrate the 109th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution.

Source: pmxportal

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