GUAYMAS, SON.- Stating that “time is running out for us,” President Andrés Manuel López Obrador affirmed that although he only has 23 months left in office, he will fulfill his commitments because he does not want to leave pending, so he and his The team will intensify its working day to 16 hours a day and will work weekends.
For this, he promised to return in two or three months to supervise the construction of the agreement and irrigation district as part of the Justice Plan with the Yaqui People.
“We are going to continue with this Justice Plan for the Yaqui Peoples. I am going back to evaluate the progress in the aqueduct and in the irrigation district. And I will be here every two, three months because time is running out, we already have 23 months left, I have to hand over the Presidency at the end of September 24, so I do not want to leave anything pending, I want to fulfill it”.
“We don’t want you to go!” one person yelled.
“No, I have to go because I am a Maderista and Madero used to say: ‘Effective suffrage, not re-election.’ But let’s not worry because we are still going to move forward, 23 months working 16 hours a day without rest on Saturdays or Sundays is like twice as much; instead of 23 months, it’s 46 if we hurry.