MEXICALI, B.C.- Friday September 16th, 2016.- As a continuation of the events due to the 206 Anniversary of the Independence of Mexico, Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, accompanied by the Commander of the Second Military Region, General Adolfo Dominguez Martinez and the Commander representing the 2nd Military Naval Region, Admiral Francisco Javier Montes Alvarado; led the official act of raising the flag ceremony, then witnessed the civic-military parade.
In this traditional parade the attendance of several integrated elements of approximately 3,865 was composed of the Armed Forces, Federal, State and Municipal public safety institutions; as well as educational and civic associations. 15 bands of War; 70 equestrian binomials; 15 pennants, 15 school flags, 58 military vehicles, 17 binomial canines, 1 rotary wing aircraft (helicopter) were involved; and the parade highlighted a sample of Military Air Force skills composed of 2 aircraft.
In the parade there were 15 civilian groups, 242 police officers and 111 rescue group forces. As part of the report given, educational contingent participation composed of 15 public and private institutions of secondary level and upper secondary education, as CECYTE and COBACH summed up, to total 2,452 students and 3 sports groups with 303 elements.
In the event, joining the State Governor, attendees were: the President of the XXI Congress Legislature of Baja California, Congresswoman Monica Bedoya Serna; President of the High Court of Justice and the Judicial State Council, Judge Jorge Armando Vazquez; Municipal XXI Acting President of the City of Mexicali, Councilman Ignacio Sanchez Lua; the General Secretary of Government, Francisco Rueda Gomez.
Another attendees were, the General Attorney of Justice, Perla del Socorro Ibarra Leyva; the Secretary of Public Security, Daniel de la Rosa Anaya; the Chief of Interior, José Luis Hernández; Commissioner of the Federal Police in the state, Pedro Hernandez Hernandez; Secretary of Agricultural Development, Manuel Valladolid Seamanduras and the General Secretary of Section 37 of SNTE, Maria Luisa Gutierrez Santoyo, among others.