Nepotism persists in AMLO ‘4T’ in Mexico

2006

There are at least 10 officials who have relatives and close people who collect, together, more than 30 million pesos a year.

Nepotism, cronyism or cronyism are still in force in public service, even in governments of the 4T. In Mexico City –central government and mayoralties– there are at least 10 local officials who have relatives and close people who collect more than 30 million pesos a year from the treasury.

One case occurs in the Gustavo A. Madero mayor’s office, governed for the second consecutive period by the Morenoite Francisco Chíguil. There are five people linked to Enrique Rodrigo Rojas, close to the mayor.

Rojas Serafín still appears in the organization chart of the mayor’s office as general director of Legal Affairs and Government. It is known that he emigrated to the Financial Intelligence Unit, which could not be corroborated.

On the mayoralty’s payroll, there are two brothers-in-law of Rojas Serafín, two cousins ​​, and a friend, who have salaries of between 30 and 60 thousand gross monthly pesos.

This is Óscar Francisco Núñez, director of Human Capital Administration, who is identified as a partner of Pilar Rojas Serafín. There is also Genaro Núñez Villa, Óscar Francisco’s brother; as well as José Alejandro and Óscar, both surnamed Ramírez Rojas, cousins ​​of Enrique Rodrigo. The first appears attached to the Cultural Centers and the second as deputy director of Labor Relations. Finally there is Gerardo Meza Orozco, also designated as Rojas Serafín’s brother-in-law.

Another character with various family members in public service is Rigoberto Salgado, a former mayor in Tláhuac. Three of his brothers occupy management positions in the capital government, with salaries of 46,000 to 60,000 gross monthly pesos.

Rita Salgado Vázquez is the head of the Guaranteed Education Trust, Josefina is the Communications Coordinator in the same Trust and Martín Raúl has a management position in the central government.

Another case is that of the federal deputy Julio César Moreno. His brother Israel Moreno Rivera is undersecretary of the local government, with a salary of 104 thousand gross pesos, and his sister Araceli Moreno Rivera is director of Economic Development in the Venustiano Carranza mayor’s office (a demarcation that, by the way, both Julio César and Israel have governed) , with a salary of 59 thousand 676 pesos.

Ernesto Cabrera Brugada, the nephew of the mayor of Iztapalapa, Clara Brugada, has a management position in the central government with a gross salary of 95,327. And Víctor Manuel Vanegas, brother of the mayor of Milpa Alta, Judith Vanegas Tapia, occupies coordination in the Ministry of the Environment, with a gross salary of 46 thousand 575 pesos.

Finally, Andree Guigue Pérez, director of the Ministry of the Environment, has a sister, Katia Montserrat, in the Comptroller’s Office in the capital.

In his twisted nature, President Obrador never sees the speck in his friend’s eye or in the pile of beams in his own eye. According to him, he fulfills everything perfectly but in the most recalcitrant sense, the opposite occurs. His government is a mess full of tricks. Oblivious to the reality of the poverty that plagues the country, he lives in his palace as in another world. Power puffs him up. He treats his collaborators – from the most modest archivist to the most conspicuous member of his cabinet – like henchmen.

His great power does not allow him to see the death that shakes hundreds of thousands of families. He lives for glory. He fails to understand that history has a purpose and that the people have a higher destiny. Not in vain did Hitler happen. It is a shame to that grim form of stupidity of those who celebrate their occurrences. How his faithful are able to applaud the folly against him, the lowest and irrational passion that a human being can have as leprosy. The “blind faith”, they call it. Obrador feels that he is writing the history of Mexicans as if he were writing the history of the world, as if history could be tamed. Only fools believe in him.

An angry fascist who shared power with the military took over the country and acts as the king of the most infamous politicians. He likes to be flattered gently, applauded, and honored. The indecency of the corruption of the fourth transformation that howls like a tired dog is an open secret.

Nepotism is a clear and forceful expression that something is wrong. The nepotism of the fourth transformation is a feast of corruption. In exchange for loyalty, anything goes. With the “fourth transformation,” it is more than clear that “living outside the budget is living in error.”

The following is a small sample of worker nepotism:

Gerardo Fernández Noroña – as that thing is called – was exhibited right under the nose of the deputies by the lover of the “moral guide” of the Labor Party. Martha Angélica Ojeda, Noroña’s spiteful lover, acceded to the House of Representatives to display a banner to protest, and incidentally, to denounce the corruption of the star legislator of the 4T.

On the blanket, you could read: “Noroña you live from the town and you betray the town. Simulator, violent, liar, and vulgar ambitious ”.

Ojeda worked as Fernández Noroña’s secretary and had a monthly salary of 45,000 pesos. She accused Noroña of nepotism, since she got a job in San Lázaro, her sister Mónica Fernández Noroña, Raúl and Manuel Fernández Noroña, Aura Quintana Fernández and Daniel Méndez Fernández, these latter nephews of the deputy. 

Like Deputy Noroña, Senator Olga Sánchez Cordero throughout her career in the judiciary left a trail of corruption, synthesized in nepotism. Brothers, children and nephews share positions and millions of pesos from the public treasury, which they assume as booty of the bureaucracy. His daughter Paula García Villegas Sánchez Cordero appears on the payroll of the judiciary, who works as a Magistrate in the Federal Judicial Council. Sister María de la Asunción Sánchez Cordero Dávila, holds the position of deputy director in the General Directorate of Social Communication and Spokesperson in the Federal Judicial Council. The nephew Jorge Emilio Sánchez Cordero Grossmann nephew is technical secretary of Constitutional Studies, in the Electoral Court of the Federal Judicial Power. The niece María del Roció García Raba, She charges as Technical Coordinator B, in the Federal Judicial Council. Another niece María Alejandra García Raba, serves as deputy director of Courses and Workshops, in the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN). Another nephew, Francisco Luis García Raba is Deputy Director of the Area at the Ministry of Communications and Transportation. Another nephew, Enrique de Jesús Nachón García, is secretary, in the Secretariat of Economic and Port Development, in the State of Veracruz and one more niece, María Gabriela Nachón García is Academic Director at the Institute of Health Sciences, in the Veracruz University. Francisco Luis García Raba is Deputy Director of the Area at the Ministry of Communications and Transportation. Another nephew, Enrique de Jesús Nachón García, is secretary, in the Secretariat of Economic and Port Development, in the State of Veracruz and one more niece, María Gabriela Nachón García is Academic Director at the Institute of Health Sciences, in the Veracruz University. Francisco Luis García Raba is Deputy Director of the Area at the Ministry of Communications and Transportation. Another nephew, Enrique de Jesús Nachón García, is secretary, in the Secretariat of Economic and Port Development, in the State of Veracruz and one more niece, María Gabriela Nachón García is Academic Director at the Institute of Health Sciences, in the Veracruz University.

Pablo Gómez, prosecutor of the Financial Investigations Unit of the Ministry of Finance is another example of nepotism. At least seven members of the Gómez Concheiro family who occupy various positions in the administration of President Obrador. Among them, Gómez’s wife, Elvira Concheiro Bórquez, who is the Treasurer of the Federal Government, stands out. Ángel Gómez Concheiro, the pride of his nepotism, is the general director of Great Community Festivals in the Secretariat of Culture of Mexico City. Galia Borja Gómez, Pablo Gómez’s niece, is deputy governor of Banco de México. His brother-in-law Luciano Concheiro Bórquez is Undersecretary of Education at the SEP. His cousin María de los Ángeles Rosario Comesaña y Conchiero is director of Economic Analysis at the SCT. Juan Concheiro Borquez,

Alejandro Encinas, undersecretary of Human Rights of Segob sought shelter for his son Alejandro Encinas Nájera, who charges as head of the International Affairs Unit of the Secretary of Labor.

Luisa María Alcalde,  Secretary of Labor recommended her sister Bertha to occupy an executive position in the National Public Security System.

The husband of the former Secretary of the Economy, Graciela Márquez, Gerardo Márquez holds the position of Deputy Governor of Banxico.

The brothers of the former secretary of Public Function, Irma Sandoval, Pablo and Netzai Sandoval Ballesteros work in the government of the state of Guerrero. Pablo at the Social Program and Netzai at the Instituto de la Defensoría.

The s ECRETARY Tourism, Miguel Torruco asked a special favor to the president Obrador: make the junior Miguel Torruco Garza in federal deputy for Morena.

Manuel Bartlett, has the nephew of his concubine Julia Abdala, Rodrigo Abdalá as a delegate of Welfare Programs in Puebla, dependent on the  Welfare Secretariat, a  position authorized directly by President Obrador himself.

To heal in health, he ordered in March of the year that he is about to conclude carrying out reforms against corruption and nepotism in the Judiciary. The reforms to the Organic Law of the Judicial Power and the Law of Judicial Career of the Judicial Power of the Federation, include sanctions to judges and magistrates who commit acts of nepotism or corruption; These range from a private reprimand, suspension or dismissal from employment, and financial sanction.

Far from privileging the professional career service in the public administration dependent on the Executive Power, Obrador chose from the beginning of his mandate to reward loyalty with nepotism.

Obrador never sees the speck in the friend’s eye or in the pile of beams in his own eye. When someone exhibits the tricks of his government, Obrador acts “as if the virgin is speaking to him.”

Source: elfinanciero.com.mx, relevante.mx, contrapesociudadano.com

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