Culture CDMX did not publish this message regarding the revocation of the mandate

In social networks, an image is broadcast that supposedly shows how the Mexico City Ministry of Culture invited to participate in the consultation on the revocation of mandate on its Facebook page.

However, this is misinformation.: The screenshot contains a different name and logo from those currently used by the official page of the Ministry of Culture of the capital on Facebook. Moreover, there is also no record that they issued a similar message.

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Mexico City’s Ministry of Culture also posted a Twitter message calling the screenshot fake.

This Palm Sunday, remember to endorse support for those who have given voice and representation to Mexico’s poor“, Specifies the publication which seems to come from the Ministry of Culture and has 2,180 interactions on Twitter.

The publication also includes an illustration in which President Andrés Manuel López Obrador appears surrounded by a group of people in white coats.

This image is disseminated in a context where, despite legal prohibition, fgovernment officials encouraged and motivated people to participate in the dismissal process.

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While reviewing the official Mexico City Ministry of Culture website, we found that has a different logo as a profile picture than the one that appears in the post with incorrect information.

As you can see in the following picture, currently uses cherry and gold colors on a white background —like the federal government’s graphic identity—while in the disinformation screenshot the logos appear white on a green background.

Logo used in the publication with misinformation compared to the current logo of the Ministry of Culture of Mexico.

At least since August 11, 2021, before the revocation process began, the capital addiction has uploaded the cherry-and-gold-hued photograph.

On the other hand, the name that appears in the publication with erroneous information is “Secretaría de Cultura CDMX”, while the name of the official page is “Secretaría de Cultura de la Ciudad de México”.

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This can be checked through the Facebook Ads Library, which allows you to see what are the names a page had and how much it paid to promote some of your posts.

As can be seen in the transparency section of the page, it has stopped being called “Secretary for Culture CDMXon December 12, 2018, the date the current name was established.

On the illustration of the publication with disinformation, a reverse search with Google, Bing and TinEye shows that the original, without the face of the Mexican president, has been circulating on the internet at least since February 2021, on the Jehovah’s Witnesses website.

Ultimately, there is no other log or other screenshots of the message supposedly issued by the Ministry of Culture of Mexico City, just the post with 237 shares and 45 reactions.

The head of the capital’s government promoted the dismissal

Confusion about this message It may be related to the fact that the head of the government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, is among the officials who have promoted the revocation of the mandate, which is prohibited.

In this video, we tell you about some of the times the election ban was broken.

In conclusion: Although government officials broke the law by promoting the revocation process, this screenshot allegedly showing the Mexico City Ministry of Culture is fake.

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