The National Assembly of users of electricity serving five defending the rights of users of electricity, accompanied by electricians in resistance.
Writer and journalist talks about his passion for football team Necaxa and think about the struggle of electricians.
Through assemblies and free and democratic elections, the SME has built its history for more than 100 years.
In each letter and word stamped on the stencils, the demands of fighting are expressed. Although they are ephemera, electricians put them color and heart.
The tragedy of Ayotzinapa raised awareness of many Mexicans who took to the streets to demand justice and life. There, the SME joined to offer its helping hand.
In a historical and multitudinous assembly, electricians in resistance and their families join to celebrate the centenary of their union in December 2014.
The march-anthem composed in the 50’s is sung by electricians with their fists raised to not forget that “Through our hands passes the power that is the great nerve of the city.”