With Civic-Military Parade and the delivery of the “Carmen Serdán” medal on the part of the “Serdán Family” Foundation to the dancer Elisa Carrillo Cabrera, Puebla commemorated the 113th Anniversary of the Mexican Revolutionevents that were chaired by the governor Sergio Solomonwho highlighted that currently the call is to continue in this fight to build the future of the following generations with unity and without personal or partisan interests.
In the company of the honorary president of the SEDIF Board of Trustees, Gaby Bonilla; legislatorsas well as federal, state and municipal authorities, the president added that reason and justice must be what guide those who hold public office, with respect for the ways of thinking and the Human Rights of all.
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He added that the “Carmen Serdán” medal that was awarded is a tribute to the people who, like said revolutionary heroine, have demonstrated exceptional courage and contributed significantly to the advancement and promotion of the values that define Mexico. She indicated that Elisa Carrillo Cabrera is a source of inspiration for present and future generations, not only because of her artistic ability, but also because of the impulse she has given to social benefit projects.
Serving as the official speaker, the senator, Alejandro Armenta Mier, explained that the people of Puebla have always been present in the stellar moments of Mexico, as happened with the Aquiles brothers, Carmen and Máximo Serdán. Furthermore, he said, the purposes of the Mexican Revolution are still in force and have been consolidated with the governments of the Fourth Transformation, such as the one led at the national level by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and in the entity Sergio Salomón, which have combated inequality. .
For their outstanding work in favor of the development and enrichment of the educational, cultural and scientific heritage of Mexicans, Governor Sergio Salomón and Máximo Serdán Espinosa, president of the Board of Trustees of the “Familia Serdán” Foundation, awarded the “Carmen Serdán” medal to the Mexican dancer, Elisa Carrillo Cabrera, who recalled that she is a woman committed to change and who seeks to generate better conditions through art and dance.
A monumental flag, 507 elements, 35 armored vehicles and seven canophile binomials participated in the Civic-Military Parade. In addition, 24 educational establishments, eight thousand learners and six floats alluding to “Porfirio Díaz”, “Francisco I. Madero”, “Emiliano Zapata, El Caudillo del Sur”, “General Álvaro Obregón”, “Venustiano Carranza” and “Pancho Town”.