Local and federal representatives went before that agency to denounce that on 29 October a neo-Nazi activity had taken place in the Santa María la Ribera neighborhood.
Federal legislator Marisol Gase, other allies and national leaders filed a complaint against those responsible for acts that could constitute crimes against dignity and discrimination against people during the party.
After giving a letter to the Gasse prosecutor’s office, he said that the secret fascist revelry took place that day in El Pantallón hall with about 300 people and five far-right music bands: three of Spanish origin and two of Mexican origin.
Tickets cost 1,580 pesos ($78) and during the performance he issued hate slogans and an undoubted Nazi salute, in addition to the fact that the venue was decorated with swastikas, images of Adolf Hitler and phrases in German. A Nazi salute with the words “Sieg Heil” (an expression used in German at political meetings of the Third Reich and which can be translated as “Hail, long live, eternal victory”) followed as the night passed. received attendance.
Dozens of people chanted it between songs and some of the musicians even made the Hitler sign before leaving the stage, he said.
The legislator indicated that the badge of death and pain would not be allowed to be revived, for which reason he reiterated that during the regime of the fourth change, all works that incite racism would be abolished.
Tomas Pliego Calvo, Secretary of Arts and Culture of the National Executive Committee of Morena, on his part, agreed that these acts would not be allowed, especially as Mexico is going through a period of change.
We are going to be the magnifying glass of any of these fascist demonstrations and condemn them publicly and judicially, and Carlos Ortiz, chairman of the Culture Commission of the Chamber of Deputies, spoke in the same way.
Morena’s spokeswoman in the Mexico City Congress, Nancy Nuñez, expressed regret that these acts are carried out in a city where there are rights for all and not just for some.
On her part, deputy Ana Francis López said the Left takes human rights very seriously, so it will not allow hate speech that only seeks to divide.