President López Obrador warned that opposition groups such as Sí por México seek to take over the budget so as not to help the poor.
15 days before the federal election, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador intensified his criticism against Claudio X. González and the opposition parties grouped in Sí por México for seeking to control the Chamber of Deputies and seize the budget.
“They are supporters of the free market, the state just for them or the government should serve to guarantee order and to provide facilities to investors that is why when there is a crisis and banks go bankrupt, or financial institutions rescue them with the budget public.
“Part of the grouping has the purpose that they have a majority in the Chamber of Deputies because the Chamber of Deputies has the exclusive power to approve the budget and they do not want the budget to be used to support the poor,” said the federal president in a conference. press from the National Palace.
In that sense, the Tabasco reiterated that he will continue to pressure the United States government to stop financing Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity (MCCI), which was founded by Claudio X. González.
He warned that the interventionist attitude of the Joe Biden administration puts the fairness of the next June election at risk.
“We will continue to denounce until the United States government gives us a clear answer as to why they are giving money to this opposition group, this opposition political group, is in violation of the Constitution,” he warned.
Similarly, he indicated that although international organizations such as the Organization of American States (OAS) will be allowed to observe the electoral process, the government will be vigilant that there are no interference by foreign entities.
Mexico Daily Post