- The festivities in the Zócalo de Puebla were held without public to safeguard the health of the people of Puebla
- The event culminated with a fireworks show, music and a video mapping
- 400 families from all over the state participated in the event through a broadcast on the Zoom platform
CITY OF PUEBLA, Pue.- Governor Miguel Barbosa Huerta led the Cry of Independence in the Municipal Palace, an act in which he recognized the work of health personnel in the entity in the face of COVID-19.
Accompanied by his wife, Rosario Orozco Caballero and without the presence of the public to safeguard the health of the poblanos, the head of the Executive also harangued the national heroes and recognized the indigenous communities.
The celebrations of the CCX Anniversary of the Cry of Independence, culminated with a fireworks show, music and video mapping.
Barbosa Huerta was also accompanied by the president of the Governing Board and Political Coordination of the local Congress, Gabriel Biestro Medinilla; the commander of the XXV Military Zone, Rodrigo Herrera Huizar; the presiding magistrate of the Superior Court of Justice, Héctor Sánchez Sánchez; as well as the municipal president of Puebla, Claudia Rivera Vivanco and state secretaries.
It should be noted that, through a transmission on the Zoom platform, 400 families from all over the state participated in real time in the Cry of Independence.