One member of parliament in the Mexican parliament took off his clothes one by one during the debate. “You are ashamed and disgusting to see me, but you are not ashamed to see our people naked in the streets, barefoot, unemployed, starving and desperate, and not disgusted when they plunder all their money and possessions and stand in the street.”
The photo has gone viral in Tamil as a politician in the Mexican parliament took off his clothes during a debate and talked about the plight of the people and corruption. The same information is circulating not only in India but also internationally in other languages. We decided to explore when this photo was taken and what happened behind it.
The photo appeared in a BBC report on December 13, 2013, entitled “Mexican Congress approves controversial oil and gas bill.”
“The Mexican Congress has approved a controversial law that would open up the state-controlled oil sector to foreign investment. Approved by the Chamber of Deputies a day after it is passed by the Senate. Opposition members strongly opposed the bill. The Chamber of Deputies 134 votes out of 354 to approve the bill.
PRD MP Antonia Garca Gonzalez is seen stripping off his clothes and standing in underwear to show his rejection of the bill. This is how you remove the nation. Where is the benefit? I’m not ashamed, what you do is a shame!” He spoke as he took off his clothes,” the BBC reported.
In a 17-minute video released on the Chamber of Deputies’ YouTube channel on December 12, 2013, MP Antonia Garcia Gonzalez continues his speech with his clothes off and underwear as he talks about the new energy bill.
Mexican MP Antonia Garcia Conejo stripping off her clothes, not against corruption, but against a new energy bill introduced in 2013 to allow private companies to extract oil and gas.
There is no data to suggest that Garcia Conejo commented on the persistent information contained with the photo being made viral. But, pointing to the example of her undressing, this is how you remove the nation. Where is the benefit? I’m not ashamed, what you do is a shame!” Said the data.
In our search, a photo of a member of the Mexican parliament wearing his clothes was taken in 2013 when MP Antonio Garcia Conejo spoke out against the country’s new energy bill. But it is learned that Mexican MP Antonia Garcia Conejo stripping off her clothes, not against corruption, but against a new energy bill introduced in 2013 to allow private companies to extract oil and gas.