I need a freelancer I am a freelancer Pricing

Roberto Ferrer

Valencia, Spain
Book Roberto with Paydesk
See how it works

Book Roberto with Paydesk

Make your booking securely through paydesk for these benefits:

1

Preferred Booking Channel

Roberto is more likely to commit to assignments booked through paydesk, as it is a trusted platform that validates the seriousness and legitimacy of each engagement.
2

Insured Bookings for Peace of Mind

We provide basic insurance coverage with each booking on paydesk, giving both you and the media professional confidence and protection while they work for you.
3

Effortless Online Payment

Paydesk offers a payment protection system to ensure payments are only finalized when you are satisfied with the job completion. Freelancers trusts our process that guarantees their efforts are rewarded upon successful delivery of services

Still have questions?

Check FAQ
About Roberto
Journalist with experience in written stories, video, interactive graphs and more. In love with new technologies, nature, travelling... Fast learner, specially when it comes to ICT tools. Contact me for more info.
Languages
Catalan English Spanish
Services
Journalism
Portfolio

'Reggaeton Be Gone': This homemade machine silences neighbours' loud music using AI

13 Apr 2024  |  www.euronews.com
Argentinian programmer Roni Bandini created a device called 'Reggaeton Be Gone' to silence his neighbor's loud reggaeton music. The machine uses AI to detect the music and sends signals to the speaker to turn it off. Bandini shared his invention in a viral video, explaining the process and materials used. Despite the commercial potential, he has no plans to mass-produce the device.

Armenta backed by Sheinbaum for construction of agropark in Puebla

31 Mar 2024  |  elpopular.mx
Alejandro Armenta, candidate of the coalition Sigamos Haciendo Historia, received support from presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum for the construction of an agropark in Puebla. Sheinbaum emphasized the importance of continuing the policies of the Cuarta Transformación and announced various campaign proposals, including support for families and infrastructure projects like the Puebla-Veracruz-Mexico train. She praised Governor Sergio Salomón Céspedes for his educational initiatives. The campaign launch in Izúcar de Matamoros saw support from several political figures, including candidates for the Senate and the federal deputy position.

‘Reggaeton Be Gone’: This homemade machine silences neighbours' music using AI

29 Mar 2024  |  ca.news.yahoo.com
Argentinian programmer and artist Roni Bandini invented a device named 'Reggaeton Be Gone' to silence his neighbour's reggaeton music. The machine uses a microphone, a Raspberry Pi 3, and an AI algorithm to detect reggaeton songs and interfere with the Bluetooth speaker playing them. Bandini trained the AI with reggaeton tracks and used Edge Impulse for machine learning. The device sends requests to the speaker to turn it off or jam the audio when it recognizes the music with high certainty. Inspired by TV-B-Gone, Bandini's invention has gone viral, but he has no intention of commercializing it.

‘Reggaeton Be Gone’: This homemade machine silences neighbours' music using AI

29 Mar 2024  |  flipboard.com
An Argentinian programmer, frustrated with his neighbor's loud reggaeton music, created a homemade machine that uses AI to silence the noise. The invention has gained viral attention, highlighting innovative solutions to common noise pollution issues.

Armenta Attracts Opposition Party Councilors

28 Mar 2024  |  elpopular.mx
As the election in Puebla approaches, leaders from PRI and PAN have joined Alejandro Armenta Mier's campaign under the alliance Sigamos Haciendo Historia. Independent councilors Michelle Islas and Christian Guzmán emphasized their support for Armenta's project, which aims to respect and protect the rights of all citizens. Armenta criticized the opposition for betraying their principles and highlighted the movement's commitment to justice and progress. The campaign will kick off with Pepe Chedraui in the capital's zócalo.

Gender Political Violence in Puebla: 12 People in Aggressors Registry

27 Mar 2024  |  elpopular.mx
As the local electoral process in Puebla begins, it is revealed that 12 individuals are listed in the registry of gender political violence aggressors. These include municipal officials, media directors, and journalists. The National Registry of Sanctioned Persons for Gender Violence records various forms of violence, including verbal, digital, media, sexual, and psychological. Notable individuals in the registry include municipal president Omar Arteaga Ortigoza, regidor José Galindo Yamack, journalist Sonia Lorena López, and local deputy Eduardo Alcántara. The article highlights the prevalence of gender violence in political contexts, emphasizing the need for awareness and action.

There is unity and good spirits in the ranks of Morena: Ricardo Monreal

15 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
Ricardo Monreal, Claudia Sheinbaum's territorial coordinator, visited Puebla to confirm unity among the seven Morena members who sought the gubernatorial candidacy. He met with Governor Sergio Salomón Céspedes and expressed satisfaction with the positive atmosphere among the candidates, despite Alejandro Armenta being selected. Monreal praised Governor Céspedes for his open-door policy and believes Armenta will advance the 'Cuarta Transformación' in Puebla. The meeting included Morena leaders and officials, where Armenta highlighted agreements to continue adding Morena leaders to support the transformation.

Lalo Rivera unconcerned about the PRI desertion

15 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
Eduardo Rivera Pérez, the candidate of the Mejor Rumbo Para Puebla alliance, is not worried about the alleged exodus of PRI members to Morena, stating it is non-existent and reflects Morena's desperation to recruit from PRIANRD. He believes his alliance will win by improving health and security systems. Rivera Pérez downplays the significance of PRI members leaving, including Jorge Estefan Chidiac, whose departure is not confirmed. Mario Riestra Piña, another candidate, invites citizens and members from other parties to join their cause for a better Puebla, provided they set aside personal interests.

The national leadership of the Green Party seeks Jorge Estefan Chidiac

12 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
Jaime Natale, leader of the Green Party, announced plans to meet with Jorge Estefan Chidiac to discuss his potential incorporation into the party after evaluating with the national leadership. Natale acknowledged Chidiac's political experience and potential contributions. Néstor Camarillo Medina, leader of the PRI, confirmed Chidiac has been approached by the Green Party but believes Chidiac's ideals are contrary to the Fourth Transformation and trusts he will not switch parties.

Digital rights groups call for more EU transparency on law enforcement data discussions

12 Jan 2024  |  euronews
Digital rights organizations, led by European Digital Rights (EDRi), have called for increased transparency and civil society involvement in the EU's High-Level Group on access to data for law enforcement. The group, launched in June 2023, aims to discuss law enforcement tools in the digital age but operates behind closed doors, raising concerns about privacy and online security. EDRi criticized the concept of 'security by design' and the rejection of their participation in the group. The European Commission responded by highlighting the HLG's diversity and plans to host an event for civil society input in February.

Lupita Leal proposes eliminating permanent driving license

11 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
Guadalupe Leal, a PAN legislator, proposed eliminating the permanent driving license in Puebla to enhance road safety. The proposal, submitted to the Congress of the State of Puebla, aims to ensure drivers demonstrate their driving skills through practical exams during license renewals. Leal highlighted the high number of road accidents in 2023, attributing them to drivers' lack of skills, and emphasized the need for a safer mobility system.

At least 23 deputies will request leave to participate in elections

11 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
Eduardo Castillo, president of the Junta de Gobierno y Coordinación Política of the Puebla State Congress, announced that at least 23 deputies will request leave to participate in the 2024 electoral process. He assured that legislative work for the people of Puebla will continue without issues. Castillo also mentioned that he will monitor the rulings during 2024 to prevent any anomalies and will continue working for the people of Puebla. The deputies seeking re-election or other positions have not been fully disclosed, but some from the Morena party include Eliana Angélica Cervantes, Xel Arianna Hernández, Daniela Mier, Carlos Evangelista Aniceto, Yolanda Gámez, Azucena Rosas Tapia, and Edgar Garmendia de los Santos.

2023, the year with the most disappearances in Puebla; there were 657

10 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
In 2023, Puebla recorded the highest number of disappearances since 2019, with 657 people reported missing. This brings the total count to 2,098 missing persons since 2019. Javier Cervantes, head of the State Search Commission, criticized past administrations for insufficient search efforts but noted current improvements in aligning state records with national ones. While not all disappearances are due to criminal causes, with some fleeing from violence or discrimination, the exact number of such cases remains unspecified. To date, 808 individuals remain unaccounted for, and efforts to locate them continue in collaboration with the State Attorney General's Office, collectives, and families.

Puebla City Council is not concerned about the CDH over parking meters

10 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
Mayor Adán Domínguez Sánchez of Puebla asserts that the city council is not worried about a new controversy from the State Human Rights Commission (CDH) regarding parking meters, as the 2024 Revenue Law meets all necessary requirements. The mayor is awaiting documents to understand the CDH's arguments and the Supreme Court's resolution on the matter. The CDH previously challenged the parking meter fees in 2023 due to unclear specifications on the hourly rate.

María Isabel García new city manager of the Puebla City Council

09 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
María Isabel García Ramos has been appointed as the new city manager of the Puebla City Council by Mayor Adán Domínguez. Previously serving as the municipal treasurer, García Ramos resigned from her former position to take on the new role. Domínguez also proposed Omar Coyopol Solís as the new municipal treasurer, pending approval from the council members.

Jorge Estefan Chidiac, Will He Join Morena or Stay in the PRI?

09 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
Néstor Camarillo Medina, leader of the PRI, did not deny the possibility of Jorge Estefan Chidiac leaving the party. He has not met with the local deputy to confirm whether he will join Morena through the Partido Verde or remain with the PRI, where he has been for 45 years. Camarillo hopes Estefan Chidiac will stay, citing his desire to change the country's and Puebla's direction. He acknowledged the talent of Estefan Chidiac and mentioned that electoral periods often bring such speculations to destabilize the PRI. Camarillo also revealed that after January 17, the PRI will start expelling five members, though he did not specify who they are.

Those who decline for Chedraui are nervous: Claudia and Carvajal

08 Jan 2024  |  elpopular.mx
Claudia Rivera and Alejandro Carvajal assert that those supporting Pepe Chedraui for Morena's mayoral candidacy in Puebla are nervous due to unfavorable poll standings. Rivera urges party leaders to respect the national agreement against candidate withdrawals, warning of potential unity pact breaches. Carvajal emphasizes that the leaders' actions reflect their anxiety over not securing the candidacy, advising caution to avoid preempting the official candidate selection process.

Pre-campaigns are to listen to the needs of the people: Armenta

27 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Alejandro Armenta Mier, the sole pre-candidate of Morena for the governorship of Puebla, emphasized that pre-campaigns are meant to listen to the needs of the people rather than to aggrandize candidates. During the Effective Inclusion Forum, he spoke about putting aside personal interests for the love of Puebla and invited attendees to believe in the possibility of big dreams and honest politics. Armenta highlighted the importance of inclusion without pretense and unity without complicity, mentioning the support of various colleagues and representatives from the mega-coalition composed of Morena, PT, PVEM, Nueva Alianza Puebla, and Fuerza por México. He also expressed his preparedness for governance, citing his doctoral studies and specialization in a model of social bioethics inspired by Mexican Humanism. Armenta concluded by endorsing Claudia Sheinbaum for president, praising her scientific background and academic standards.

Fernando Morales claims that the governorship of Puebla is between Armenta and himself

26 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Fernando Morales Martínez, the candidate from Movimiento Ciudadano for the governorship of Puebla, stated that the race is between him and Morena's Alejandro Armenta. He claimed that Eduardo Rivera of the Mejor Rumbo Para Puebla coalition has no chance of winning due to a defection within the PRI. Morales called for a campaign of proposals and respect, emphasizing the need for a process with civility. He announced his intention to seek the governorship during the pre-campaign period without resigning from his current position as a local deputy. Additionally, Morales introduced Movimiento Ciudadano's candidates for local and federal deputy positions and a Senate seat for the 2024 electoral process.

Adán Domínguez assumes municipal presidency in Puebla

22 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Adán Domínguez Sánchez has taken over as the interim municipal president of Puebla following Eduardo Rivera Pérez's departure to focus on his gubernatorial campaign for 2024. The Cabildo unanimously approved Rivera's definitive leave, allowing Domínguez to immediately assume the role. Domínguez pledged to maintain the positive trajectory of the municipal government and emphasized institutional conduct and respect for electoral processes. Previously, Domínguez served as the municipal manager, a position created during Rivera's administration, earning nearly 90,000 pesos monthly.

One more party, Lalo Rivera registers with the PRI

19 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Eduardo Rivera Pérez, the mayor of Puebla, registered with the PRI for the gubernatorial candidacy, now supported by four parties for the 2024 elections. He emphasized the need for a strong alliance to defeat Morena, which he accused of initiating a smear campaign out of fear. Rivera Pérez called for unity among PRI, PAN, PRD, and PSI to reclaim Puebla's government and legislative seats.

Metrobús bike parking will be free

19 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Mayor Eduardo Rivera Pérez announced that the bike parking at the Margaritas terminal of RUTA will be free, in compliance with the Mobility Law, despite the 2023 Revenue Law indicating a fee. This decision, supported by Deputy Guadalupe Leal, ensures cyclists can use the facility for up to 12 hours without charge, promoting better mobility in Puebla.

Armenta prepares his pre-campaign team, will present it this week

18 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Senator Alejandro Armenta Mier announced he will present his pre-campaign team this week, with Senator José Ramón Enríquez Herrara as the coordinator for the metropolitan area. Armenta expressed confidence in his campaign's success with the support of his team and the Morena coalition. He criticized the PSI's alliance with PRIANRD and dismissed concerns about it. He also responded to comments made by Mayor Eduardo Rivera Pérez, urging him to remain calm.

Feminicides increased by 47% in 2023

18 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Violence against women in Mexico has worsened, with a 47% increase in feminicides from January to September 2023 compared to the same period in 2022, according to the SESNSP. The OVSG of IBERO Puebla reports an average of one feminicide per week in the state. The IDHIE highlights that seven out of ten women have experienced some form of violence, with June 2023 recording the highest number of family violence crimes in Puebla in the last eight years. On International Human Rights Day, the institute urged authorities to take actions to reduce violence against women, including identifying victims' needs, preserving evidence, and increasing investigative personnel.

Bourges completes list of European Capitals of Culture for 2028

14 Dec 2023  |  malaysia.news.yahoo.com
Bourges, the capital of the French department of Cher, has been elected as the European Capital of Culture in France for 2028. The city, known for the Printemps de Bourges music festival, was chosen for its sustainable development project, which emphasizes environmental sustainability and the reuse of abandoned places. Bourges was selected over Clermont-Ferrand, Montpellier, and Rouen, becoming France's fifth city to receive this title. The European Capitals of Culture program, started in 1985, aims to showcase cultural richness and promote shared European values. For 2028, three cities will be represented, including one from France, one from the Czech Republic, and one from an EFTA/EEA country or EU membership candidate.

First year of Sergio Salomón, marked by reconciliation, works, and tourism

14 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Sergio Salomón Céspedes celebrated his first year as the Governor of Puebla, marked by significant infrastructure projects, reconciliation with the federal government, business chambers, and citizens. Following the unexpected death of Miguel Barbosa, Salomón was appointed by the State Congress to ensure stability. His administration has been praised by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, especially for the construction of RUTA Line 4. Salomón's government has delivered on pending works across the state and announced major projects for 2024, including a new State Congress building and Ciudad Universitaria 2. Tourism has been boosted with events like the Feria de Puebla and exhibitions like Vincent van Gogh's and Disney's The Immersive Experience. Teziutlán and Huejotzingo have been named magical towns under his leadership.

5.8 Magnitude Earthquake in Puebla

07 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake with its epicenter in Chiautla de Tapia shook 63 municipalities in the state of Puebla, Mexico. Moderate shaking was felt in Nicolás Bravo, while La Magdalena Tlatlauquitepec, Chila de las Flores, and Petlalcingo experienced strong tremors. The earthquake caused a partial house collapse in Atlixco but no severe damage due to its teluric nature. Governor Sergio Salomón Céspedes and Mayor Eduardo Rivera Pérez reported no casualties or serious injuries and urged the public to remain calm.

Proposal to Eliminate the Requirement of a Non-Criminal Record Letter

07 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
María Guadalupe Leal Rodríguez, a deputy, has introduced an initiative to eliminate the non-criminal record letter requirement to facilitate employment access and promote equality, based on the principles of equality and non-discrimination in Mexico's Constitution. The Supreme Court of Justice has supported the unconstitutionality of demanding a 'no criminal record' without distinction, as it violates equality and non-discrimination principles. The proposal includes exceptions for relevant positions, such as in public or private security, in accordance with the National Criminal Enforcement Law.

Rodrigo Abdala presented himself to UVP University students

06 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Rodrigo Abdala, a candidate for the mayoralty of Puebla, addressed students at UVP University, emphasizing the need for unity in solving city problems. He criticized traditional political promises and advocated for the Cuarta Transformación in Puebla, stressing the importance of citizen involvement in governance.

Lalo Rivera still unclear who will be his replacement

05 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Mayor Eduardo Rivera Pérez announced his intention to leave office once the Frente Amplio Por Puebla issues the call for gubernatorial candidacy, though he has not confirmed Adán Domínguez as his replacement. Rivera emphasized his commitment to governing Puebla until the official call is made and reassured that his experienced team will ensure continuity. The PAN has decided to directly designate its gubernatorial candidate, awaiting acceptance from the PRI and PRD. Additionally, Rivera stated that his administration has not issued alcohol sale permits near educational institutions, addressing concerns raised by BUAP's rector, Lilia Cedillo.

Free abortion in Puebla in 7 hospitals

05 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
The State Government of Puebla has enabled seven hospitals to provide abortion services following a successful legal injunction by the associations GIRE, CAFIS, and ODESYR. Gender advisor Marisol Calva announced the service availability starting today. The only requirement for pregnant individuals is to present a certificate from the winning institutions. The hospitals include Hospital de la Mujer, Hospital de la Margarita, and various ISSSTE clinics. Abortions are permitted up to 12 weeks of gestation, and no hospital membership is required. The local Congress has not yet legislated in favor of abortion, with only 13 of 41 deputies supporting legalization.

20 out of 41 deputies missed sessions in the Puebla Congress over two months

04 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
In the past two months, 20 out of 41 deputies in the Puebla Congress missed sessions, with significant absenteeism noted among members of Morena and PT. The article highlights the deputies' lack of attendance, attributing it to their focus on the upcoming 2024 elections. The absenteeism is criticized, especially for those from Morena, while other parties like PRI, PAN, and Partido Verde are also mentioned. Deputies earn over 60,000 pesos monthly, raising concerns about their commitment to legislative duties.

Alejandro Armenta will request leave to accompany Claudia Sheinbaum on her visit to Puebla

04 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Alejandro Armenta announced he will request unpaid leave from the Senate to accompany Claudia Sheinbaum on her visit to Puebla from December 6 to 8, with stops in Acatlán de Osorio, Tehuacán, Atlixco, and Amozoc. Sheinbaum will also visit Veracruz and Oaxaca. Armenta praised Governor Sergio Salomón Céspedes Peregrina for his contributions to Puebla's security and development.

Hugo Tlalpan: New Leader of Volkswagen Workers' Union

01 Dec 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Hugo Tlalpan from the Justicia Laboral slate has been elected as the new leader of the Sindicato Independiente de Trabajadores Volkswagen (SITIAVW), defeating Juan Hernández. Tlalpan secured 1,730 votes, while Hernández received 1,700. The election results were confirmed by José Manuel Hernández Tolentino, president of the Electoral Commission, who emphasized the democratic process. Tlalpan will formalize his victory at the Centro Federal de Conciliación y Registro Laboral in Mexico City on December 1.

Fernando Morales Invites Néstor Camarillo to Join Movimiento Ciudadano

30 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Fernando Morales, leader of Movimiento Ciudadano, encountered PRI leader Néstor Camarillo Medina at the State Congress and invited him to join Movimiento Ciudadano, citing the departure of members from PRI and the need for new leadership focused on the well-being of the people of Puebla. Camarillo declined, maintaining his position with PRI and labeling Samuel García as a defector to Morena.

The challenge of Claudia Rivera Vivanco: Mayoralty and Senate in sight

28 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Claudia Rivera Vivanco, former mayor of Puebla, has announced her candidacy for both the mayoralty of Puebla and the Senate of the Republic. She emphasized her qualifications and experience, particularly her tenure as mayor from 2018 to 2021. Rivera Vivanco is awaiting Morena's decision on her placement and is committed to respecting the party's internal processes and alliances with the Partido del Trabajo. She also highlighted the importance of political loyalty within Morena.

¡Una locura! Más de medio millón de pesos recaudados por fotomultas en Lomas

28 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Speed cameras installed by Mayor Edmundo Tlatehui in Bulevar Los Reyes have generated 615,702 pesos in just over a month. The San Andrés Cholula Municipal Treasury reported the revenue from August 23 to October 19, with the highest collection in October. On average, three vehicles exceeding the 60 km/h limit are fined daily, including luxury brands like Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Mercedes Benz, and Porsche. The mayor paid 50,000 pesos for the installation, with 30% of fines going to Autotraffic. The initiative, aimed at reducing speed, was approved without a prior feasibility study and lacked clear communication about fines and operational dates.

Countdown to Christmas Begins, Trees Are Being Lit

27 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Eduardo Rivera Pérez, the mayor of Puebla, lit the Christmas tree and announced that one million lights will be placed throughout the city. The lighting ceremony in the Zócalo was met with joy from residents and tourists. Rivera Pérez highlighted the upcoming attractions for the holiday season, including the Coca-Cola caravan, and emphasized his government's focus on the youth and improvements to the city's historic center. He also mentioned a new videomapping feature to be displayed on the facade of the Municipal Palace and his intention to run for governor with the support of the Frente Amplio Por Puebla. The Christmas tree will remain in the Zócalo until January.

Everyone willing to join Armenta's project will be welcomed, as long as they don't want to hang on to his name

27 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Senator Alejandro Armenta Mier welcomes those who love Puebla to join his project, with the caveat that new members cannot offer candidacies in his name. As the state coordinator for the defense of the Fourth Transformation, he seeks unity with his team and former gubernatorial aspirants. Armenta is open to Morena members joining his project and hints at surprising party coalitions. He warns against misuse of his name, preparing criminal complaints against offenders. Julio Huerta is not his campaign coordinator, as he works with Claudia Sheinbaum. Pavel Gaspar Ramírez is confirmed as Armenta's sole coordinator. Meetings will continue with Morena founders like Ignacio Mier and Julio Huerta to foster unity, with thanks to state leader Olga Lucia Romero Garci-Crespo for her support.

Dispute over public space: San Ramón residents demand the return of their park

24 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Residents of San Ramón in Puebla, including elderly individuals, have started a sit-in to demand the return of a public park known as 'Las microcanchas,' which was recently incorporated into a Cobaep educational facility. The community insists that the park, used for over 30 years, should remain a public space as promised by local authorities. The protest was triggered by the preparation of the park for an upcoming event by educational authorities, leading to calls for the governor and city president to respect the community's rights.

Protest by residents of Coyomeapan suspends activities of the Congress

23 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
On November 22, over a thousand residents of Coyomeapan established a permanent protest in front of the Puebla State Congress, demanding an end to the lack of governance they have experienced since 2021. They refuse to recognize Rodolfo García as their mayor, citing inadequate public services, and demand justice for three individuals executed in May 2022, accusing David and Araceli Celestino of intellectual authorship. The protesters seek a meeting with Governor Sergio Salomón Céspedes and Congress leader Eduardo Castillo López, threatening to continue their protest if the meeting does not occur. The protest led to the cancellation of the Congress's activities, including the postponement of the ordinary session of the Plenum.

Eduardo Rivera: Manipulations caused violence in the protesters of La Resurrección

22 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Mayor Eduardo Rivera Pérez stated that the violent incidents during the La Resurrección protest were caused by manipulations, leading to the injury of about seven security officers and the illegal detention of a man. The protest followed the closure of an illegal bar, which Rivera described as a social manipulation by lawbreakers. Three individuals, including auxiliary mayor Adolfo Pérez, were arrested for incitement. Rivera called for political actors to set aside electoral issues in support of causes like this and assured that such actions would not be repeated.

Street vendors began selling their merchandise on Facebook and WhatsApp

16 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
The COVID-19 pandemic forced street vendors to transition to digital platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp to sell their products. Despite the end of the pandemic, virtual sales have persisted for non-established vendors. Products sold include food, clothing, kitchen items, electronics, and alcoholic beverages. The vendors promote their goods in WhatsApp groups and Facebook pages, coordinate deliveries, and accept payments in cash or via transfer. This shift has helped sustain their economy while they continue to sell in public spaces. The increase in street vendors became a significant issue in Puebla's historic center during Claudia Rivera's administration.

Lalo Rivera presents Christmas activities, Coca-Cola caravan returns

15 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Eduardo Rivera Pérez, the mayor of Puebla, announced the return of the Coca-Cola Christmas caravan, which hasn't been held since 2017. The event, expected to attract over 250,000 attendees, will take place on December 4th along a 3.9-kilometer route. The festivities will include illuminated floats, performances by 100 dancers, and a light and music show. Additionally, the municipal government will light up the city with Christmas decorations and a video mapping display from December 3rd to January 7th, 2024.

Armenta chosen by Morena to fight for the governorship

12 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Alejandro Armenta was chosen as the Coordinator for the Defense of the Fourth Transformation in Puebla by Morena's National Election Commission. The announcement, made by Mario Delgado, saw Armenta emerge as the virtual candidate among several aspirants. Despite losing, Claudia Rivera and Ignacio Mier secured significant positions, with Mier set to run for the Senate. Armenta emphasized unity and the continuation of the Fourth Transformation, while Mier and Rivera outlined their future political plans.

Morena launches call for candidates in Puebla

09 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Morena has issued a call for local deputy, municipal presidency, and syndicate positions in Puebla, with registrations from November 20 to 22. Finalists will be announced on January 3, and candidates will be determined through surveys by March 10 of the following year. Aspirants are prohibited from campaigning, including posting billboards or painting walls. Members of the Partido Verde and Partido del Trabajo are also allowed to participate. Morena's national leadership has requested state leaders and councilors to resign if they seek public office in 2024 to avoid conflicts of interest.

Reduction of Street Vendors in the Historic Center of Puebla

07 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
From 2018 to 2023, Mayor Eduardo Rivera Pérez successfully reduced street vending in Puebla's Historic Center by 63%, from 1,350 to 500 vendors, according to a report by Transparencia Nacional. The reduction was achieved through dialogue and, when necessary, the use of force. The strategy has led to fewer vendors in the area, improving conditions in the Historic Center.

PAN finally unveils Lalo Rivera as its candidate for governor

05 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
The state leader of PAN, Augusta Díaz de Rivera, confirmed that Eduardo Rivera Pérez, the current mayor, will be the party's candidate for governor. The national leader, Marko Cortés, determined that male candidates will be designated for Veracruz, Yucatán, Puebla, and Ciudad de México. Augusta Díaz expressed confidence in Rivera's candidacy, stating that his strong positioning negates the need for other candidates. The Frente Amplio Por Puebla will need to approve the designation, but Díaz is confident Rivera will be on the ballot.

Puebla PRI supports Xóchitl's economic reactivation initiative

03 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
The president of the Puebla State Steering Committee of the PRI, Néstor Camarillo, and the general secretary, Delfina Pozos Vergara, endorsed the Emergency and Economic Reactivation Law initiative presented by Senator Xóchitl Gálvez Ruiz. The initiative addresses seven primary needs, including reconstruction funds, unemployment insurance, temporary employment, transportation support, and fiscal aid for small and medium-sized enterprises. Camarillo highlighted the impact of the tragedy in Guerrero and called for political unity to aid the affected. The PRI has launched a food collection campaign, inviting legislators and municipal presidents to participate. Federal deputies from PRI, PAN, and PRD have also joined the initiative.

Puebla is the fourth place nationally with the most attacks on journalists

02 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Puebla ranks fourth nationally for the most attacks on journalists in the first half of 2023, with 18 recorded incidents including intimidation and harassment aimed at censoring investigative work, according to Article 19. The report highlights that Puebla, along with Guanajuato, documented cases of police torture. Nationally, 50.73% of attacks targeted journalists covering corruption and political issues. The murder of journalist Marco Aurelio Hernández Martínez in Tehuacán is noted, though authorities have disconnected his death from his journalistic work. Mexico City leads with 65 attacks, followed by Quintana Roo and Guanajuato.

Cemeteries in the Capital Full

01 Nov 2023  |  elpopular.mx
In Puebla's capital, 17 out of 40 cemeteries are full, with three more nearing capacity. The Municipal Cemetery has only 34 available graves, leading to a recommendation for cremation over burial. The municipal government, through its transparency page, highlights the need for more burial spaces. Xóchitl Zarate, head of Public Services, revealed that a program to recover graves, starting with those buried for seven years, has been in place since 2022.

New strategy to safeguard museum pieces

30 Oct 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Enrique Glockner Corte, the Secretary of Culture, announced a change in the strategy to safeguard Puebla's cultural heritage in museums after it was revealed that tracking chips were never installed. The company responsible for the security will need to modify its approach, though the name of the company and the payment details were not disclosed. The previous Secretary of Culture, Sergio Vergara, had only contracted an integral security system without the chip technology. The current administration is consolidating all relevant information from past and present situations.

Nacho Mier nominated Julieta Vences for the Senate of the Republic

27 Oct 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Ignacio Mier Velazco, coordinator of Morena's federal deputies, nominated Julieta Vences for the Senate, praising her legislative work and commitment to women's rights. Vences highlighted her achievements in combating human trafficking and supporting maternal health. Carlos Evangelista, a local deputy, also emphasized a gender-focused agenda. Mier commended both deputies for their contributions to the Fourth Transformation in Puebla and Mexico, expressing his desire to see Vences in the Senate due to her political maturity.

Only 28 of 41 deputies have given their reports

27 Oct 2023  |  elpopular.mx
In the second legislative year, 28 out of 41 deputies have delivered their second work report. The reports were presented in various forms, including large events by PRI members, booklets by Carlos Navarro Corro, and social media presentations. Deputies had a budget of 170,700 pesos for these events. The deadline for all deputies to present their reports is October 30. PRI members held their event at the Museo San Pedro with Governor Sergio Salomón Céspedes and national leader Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas. PAN members are expected to report last minute, while Morena members have used public events, social media, and door-to-door reporting.

Claudia Sheinbaum Confirmed at the Start of Alejandro Armenta's Campaign

27 Mar 2023  |  elpopular.mx
Alejandro Armenta will kick off his campaign in Izúcar de Matamoros with presidential candidate Claudia Sheinbaum's support, followed by an event in Puebla capital with mayoral candidate Pepe Chedraui. Claudia Sheinbaum will also support local electoral campaigns in Morelos and Veracruz on March 31. Additionally, PRIANRD candidate Xóchitl Gálvez will support Eduardo Rivera at his campaign start in Puebla.

Chinese military maneuvers cause disruptions in transportation to Taiwan

04 Aug 2022  |  es.euronews.com
Taiwan's Ministry of Defense is monitoring the island's surroundings in response to what it calls 'irrational activities' by the Chinese military. Despite not wanting to escalate the situation, Taiwan affirms its stance on the island's security and sovereignty. Professor Alessio Patalano from King's College London's War Studies Department suggests that China's military exercises aim to instill fear of inevitable reunification through hard power. He warns that prolonged exercises could significantly disrupt navigation and Taiwan's economy, especially since missiles are landing near major Taiwanese ports.

Paris uses the River Seine to cool its most emblematic places

28 Jul 2022  |  es.euronews.com
Paris maintains its iconic landmarks like the Louvre and Quai Branly Museum cool during summer using Europe's largest urban cooling system, managed by Fraicheur de Paris. The system, spanning 89 kilometers of underground pipes, utilizes cold water from the River Seine. It's noted for its sustainability, potentially reducing urban heat island effect and city temperatures by one degree. The Louvre has been benefiting from this network since the 90s, enjoying ecological and economic advantages. A plan to triple the network's size by 2042 aims to extend its reach to hospitals, schools, and metro stations to combat the effects of global warming on Parisians.

Prostitution in the EU: from abolition to social security contributions

21 Jul 2022  |  euronews
The debate over Spain's proposed law to abolish prostitution has reignited discussions on the best model to protect sex workers, predominantly women. Spain looks to the 'Nordic model,' which penalizes clients to reduce demand. Germany, where sex work is legal, will review its laws by July 2025. The EU faces a challenge with human trafficking and forced prostitution, with the European Commission recognizing it as gender-based violence. The European Parliament's 2014 resolution views prostitution as contrary to human dignity and gender equality. Models across the EU vary, with Sweden, France, and Ireland following the Nordic model, providing social assistance to sex workers. Germany and the Netherlands represent the regulatory model, with Germany requiring sex workers to register and the Netherlands lifting brothel bans in 2000. The effectiveness of these models is debated, with some advocating for the Nordic model and others criticizing it for failing to protect sex workers.
×

Roberto's confirmed information

Identity
Verified using government ID
Jul 2023
Financial institution
Verified Aug 2022
Phone number
Verified Aug 2022
Joined
Aug 2022

Log in