These are the most relevant issues addressed by the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) at your conference morning today October 28, 2022, which was carried out from Baja California Sur.
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AMLO assured that the main problem in Mexico was corruption and it was the main cause of economic inequality, poverty and violence in the country.
López Obrador said that having honest authorities is a guarantee of good government.
The governor of Baja California Sur, Víctor Manuel Castro Cosío, said that there are three important issues in his government: the growing crime of rape, home robbery, and seeks to maintain coordination between local authorities, the Mexican Army and the National Guard. .
Castro Cosío announced that 180 million pesos were invested for the purchase of a gas plant in La Paz to produce energy in the state.
“An agreement was signed so that in Bajaca California Sur we no longer continue to struggle with blackouts,” he reported.
The Secretary of the Navy, José Rafael Ojeda Durán, reported that rape has increased in Baja California Sur, which is why the entity ranks second in incidence of this crime in the country, registering 200 cases so far this year.
Admiral Ojeda Durán assured that business robbery and family violence also increased in Baja California Sur.
Family Violations Are on the Rise in Baja California Sur, Governor Admits
The governor of Baja California Sur, Víctor Manuel Castro Cosío, admitted that violations within the family are on the rise in the entity.
“The growing crime of violations that cannot leave us alone, as if nothing will happen. It is important to point it out because we want to banish all gender-based violence in Baja California Sur and in the country, of course, and towards there we are trying to take safe steps on this issue that lacerates the lives of women in Baja California Sur. We cannot leave it aside”, declared Víctor Manuel Castro Cosío at the morning conference by the president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) held from Baja California Sur.
AMLO Asks the Ministry of Economy to Formalize the Cancellation of the ‘Los Cardones’ Mining Project in Baja California Sur
The president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), asked the Secretary of the Economy, Raquel Buenrostro, to formalize the cancellation of the “Los Cardones” mining project in Baja California Sur, an open-pit gold mine, which was intended to be built in La Paz, which was opposed for years by environmental groups on the grounds that it would end up with one of the few natural water reservoirs in the area.
“I am going to ask the Secretary of the Economy, Raquel Buenrostro, to formalize the cancellation of the exploitation of the mine,” AMLO declared.
AMLO will exhibit to Congresses that oppose the permanence of the Army in the streets
The president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), announced that he will exhibit to the local congresses that oppose the permanence of the Mexican Army in the streets of the country.
“I have asked the Secretary of the Interior not to stay with the 17, to go to all the local congresses to find out who is who and also so that the local legislators assume their responsibility, to see if they are going to vote as representatives of the people. or as party representatives. If they are going to vote for a slogan or are they going to vote thinking about the safety of the people,” AMLO reported.
AMLO Rules Out Dialogue with Organized Crime; There is no Agreement or Pact, He Affirms
The president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), ruled out any dialogue on the part of his government with organized crime; he stated that there is no agreement or pact.
“We have defined a policy of zero corruption and zero impunity and in the case of fighting crime, both the so-called organized crime and white-collar crime, there is no agreement, no pact,” AMLO pointed out.
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