I stumbled upon a post from the Associated Press concerning an ongoing protest in Mexico and have posted it below:
MEXICO CITY – Tens of thousands of people have marched to protest Mexican President Felipe Calderon's decision to disband a public electricity company.
The marchers included leftist groups and many of the 44,504 people employed by Luz y Fuerza, the company that provided electricity toand the surrounding area.
Many demanded Calderon's resignation or urged Mexicans to stop paying their electricity bills.
Calderon disbanded the company over the weekend, citing a gaping budget and operational inefficiencies. The Federal Electricity Commission, which provides service to the rest of the country, has taken over for Luz y Fuerza.
City officials estimated at least 33,000 people showed up to the march Thursday.