The groups most seen on the streets are those which support President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who has made of this reform one of the main objectives of his government.
All opposition parties are against, but they have poor mobilizing capacity, or are simply outnumbered by those who are in favor of that change in the constitution according to which any president can be judged in the middle of his mandate at the request of the people if he does not comply with the duties for which he was elected.
The plebiscite will be held next April 10 and parties, legislators and politicians will no longer be able to address the issue due to the advertising ban, hence the propaganda has moved to the streets where it is impossible to place restrictions.
Organizations and social movements in favor of López Obrador have been mobilized since Monday and their spokespersons proclaim that they will carry out an intense propaganda campaign by means of informative assemblies, leafleting, canvases with slogans hung in homes, and also the use of the old system of word of mouth and the main goal will be to back the president up.
Its leaders announced that every day there will be public acts in neighborhoods, and municipalities and they will take advantage of all free spaces to make calls in favor of the yes for the revocation as proposed by López Obrador.