The creative person behind the flag color change in Nayarit is revealed. (#lord colorblind, maybe?) One Jalisco municipality won’t celebrate Mexican Independence after all and Governor Alfaro is not happy. Another Nayarit property is busted. PLUS, a brief timeline of the world events that catapulted Mexico’s Independence.
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From today’s broadcast:
The traditional National Charro Day returns after two pandemic years. https://vallartaopina.net/realizan-tradicional-desfile-charro-luego-de-2-anos-de-no-celebrarse/
The man responsible for changing the colors of the Mexican flag in Nayarit is identified, and his resignation. https://vallartaindependiente.com/2022/09/14/renuncia-el-responsable-de-alterar-colores-de-la-bandera-en-tepic/
Nayarit claims back another piece of land and project acquired and constructed illegally. https://tribunadelabahia.com.mx/aseguran-condominio-nuevo-vallarta-58442
Puerto Vallarta will have a good long weekend when it comes to tourism and hotel occupancy. https://contralinea.net/preven-un-excelente-puente-patrio-en-afluencia-turistica-en-puerto-vallarta/
Mazamitla canceled celebrations due to violence. https://www.notisistema.com/noticias/suspenden-grito-cuando-mazamitla-registra-hasta-90-de-ocupacion/
The state government frowns upon Mazamitla’s unilateral decision. https://www.notisistema.com/noticias/gobierno-estatal-reprocha-decision-de-cancelar-festejos-patrios-en-mazamitla/
A Mexican Independence Timeline
No, we’re not going to learn Mexico’s history in 30 minutes, but a brief timeline of key events happening elsewhere in the world can shed some light at how Mexico’s Independence was shaped and ultimately triggered.