Mexico: Demonstrations are planned in Mexico City on July 1

Jul 01, 2022 | 09:33 UTC

Protests planned or underway in Mexico City, Mexico on July 1. Enhanced security, localized transportation, likely business disruptions.





Various activist groups staged protests in Mexico City on July 1. Protesters will gather for a variety of reasons. The locations and times of the gatherings that will take place are as follows:

  • 09:30: Activists gathered at Avenida Reforma 100, Itzapalapa borough.

  • 10:00 a.m.: Activists gathered at Calle Maestro Antonio Caso 32 and Avenida Leija 7, Cuauhtemoc Borough.

  • 11:00 : Activists should gather at Calle Toledo 32 and the intersection between Calle Donceles and Calle Ignacio Allende, Cuauhtemoc Borough.

  • 12:00 p.m.: Activists must gather in Plaza de la Constitucion, Cuauhtemoc district; activists to also gather at Circuito Escolar, district of Coyoacan.

  • 3 p.m.: Activists are to gather at Calle Coahuila 28 and Avenida Insurgentes Sur, Cuauhtemoc Borough.

  • 4 p.m.: Activists gather at the intersection between Calle San Gonzalo and Calle Popocatepetl, Coyoacan Borough

Tight security is likely around demo sites. Localized transport and business disruptions are also likely in areas affected by the rally. Clashes between demonstrators and security forces cannot be ruled out, especially if the security forces try to disperse the crowds by force.


Avoid all demonstrations as a precaution. Allow extra time to reach destinations close to gathering places; consider taking alternate routes to circumvent associated disturbances. Do not try to cross the roadblocks erected by the demonstrators; wait for the police to take them down before continuing. In the event of violence, leave the area immediately and seek refuge in a secure non-governmental building. Heed the instructions of the security personnel.


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