The president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), announced that ex-governors of any party will represent Mexico with charges in embassies and consulates.
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“Public servants, former governors, will participate in our government. In a few days I will announce that they will represent Mexico in embassies, consulates, former governors and leaders of different parties and also citizens without a party, “he reported. AMLO in his morning conference from the National Palace.
Lopez Obrador indicated that any honest person who wants to contribute to the transformation of Mexico has the doors open.
“They are finishing governors, like the case of Quirino Ordaz, the governor of Guerrero, who did not do a bad job. In the case of Guerrero, those who know know that it is not a field day to govern in Guerrero because it has been a very forgotten state by the federation, so I feel satisfied because it is the state that is receiving the most resources now, “he said.
Finally, the president of Mexico highlighted the work of the current governor of Guerrero, Héctor Astudillo.
“That he has finished his mandate Hector Astudillo it speaks well because it is a neglected, marginalized state, with a lot of poverty, because it is also conducive to confrontation, violence, political instability, ”said AMLO.
The president was asked if he will incorporate the governors of Yucatán, Mauricio Vila, of the conservative National Action Party (PAN), and of Quintana Roo, Carlos Joaquín González, of the leftist Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), to his cabinet. who replied: “ex-governors are going to participate in our government.”
López Obrador had already announced weeks ago that he will propose the outgoing governor of Sinaloa, Quirino Ordaz, of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), as the new Mexican ambassador to Spain.
And this Thursday he pointed out the outgoing governor of Guerrero, the also PRI Héctor Astudillo, but he still did not report what his fate will be.
Although López Obrador is usually critical of the opposition, he has maintained a good relationship with some governors, especially the PRI, the party with which he aspires to approve the constitutional reform to limit private initiative in the electricity sector.
In addition to Ordaz and Astudillo, the former PRI governor of Sonora Claudia Pavlovich also sounds for an embassy.
Next, we share the complete video of AMLO’s morning conference.
With information from Noticieros Televisa and EFE.