This Tuesday, July 20, a series of protests in the city of Bogota.
According to the Secretary of Government, there are identified at least 45 points in which “there will be public demonstrations such as sit-ins, artistic spaces and marches”.
“Delegations from different regions of Colombia have arrived in the city that are going to participate in social mobilizations, Our Government Secretariat has established that there are 45 social mobilization activities planned in Bogotá, including sit-ins, cultural events, rallies and marches.“, said this Monday the mayor of Bogotá, Claudia López.
We prepare to honor our independence tomorrow and ensure peaceful social mobilization. In Bogotá there are no restrictions on entering the city, no curfew or Prohibition.
Social mobilization is not a matter of public order but of democratic deliberation! pic.twitter.com/BTkmKS5L2r
– Claudia López 👍 (@ClaudiaLopez) July 20, 2021
And although there are a large number of activities scheduled for this holiday Tuesday, the city wakes up calm and without any kind of locks.
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The activities are scheduled to begin around 7 in the morning at points such as Terminal del Sur and Avenida Ciudad de Cali with Avenida Suba. But, for the most part, the demonstrations are scheduled for 8 or 9 in the morning.
These are the 10 main mobilization points for tomorrow, July 20.
The bike path will work normally. pic.twitter.com/xLBKkZGEEg
– Luis Ernesto Gómez👟 (@LuisErnestoGL) July 20, 2021
In Bogotá, more than 400 coexistence managers will accompany the marches called for this July 20.
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