The First LGBT+ Pride March is successfully held in Concordia

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It was the Mayor, Raúl Díaz Bernal, who gave the banner for the march, expressing that his government is an administration with open and inclusive doors where all the freedoms of the human being are respected, as well as rights in general.

Concordia made history by holding the first LGBT + pride march that toured the main streets of the capital with the participation of members, businessmen, Concordia government, opinion leaders and society in general who with rainbow flags demanded respect and social inclusion.

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It was the Mayor, Raúl Díaz Bernal, who gave the flag for the march, expressing that his government is an administration with open and inclusive doors where all the freedoms of the human being are respected, as well as rights in general.

For her part, Maximiliana “Chiquis” Osuna, Coordinator of COMMUJER, said that in her department they were always in the best disposition to support this march that will mark the municipality of Concordia in history, she also said that she was an ally of this community.


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While Luis Jesús Peraza Ibarra, Concordia Delegate of the “Sinaloa + Diverso” Civil Association, thanked the Government of Concordia for its support as well as the support of businessmen, politicians and society, as well as members of the LGBT + community for the realization of this March.

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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