AMLO Morena party blocks deputies demand into corruption investigation

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PAN deputies presented a point of agreement to investigate José Ramón López Beltrán, but it was rejected by the Morena caucus.

The PAN deputies presented a point of agreement, which was rejected by Morena, so that the Ministry of Public Administration, the Superior Authority of the Federation, the Attorney General’s Office and the Financial Intelligence Unit investigate whether there are links between the oil company Baker Hughes, Pemex and José Ramón López Beltrán, eldest son of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

This is because according to a journalistic investigation, López Beltrán lives in a mansion located in Houston, Texas, which was owned by a senior manager of the Baker Hughes company, an oil company that has current contracts with Pemex for more than 151 million dollars.

The point of agreement presented by the PAN member Cecilia Patron asks Pemex to report on the agreements entered into with the Baker Hughes company, their date of execution, subject of the agreement and prices of consideration, as well as to make transparent and provide a report to the public opinion regarding the contracts for the purchase made from Shell of the Deer Park refinery in Houston.

“I present this Point of Agreement, inviting you to assert what you proclaim so much or to confirm what many of us already know: that the Morena government is a farce

We Mexicans deserve a thorough investigation into the possible crimes committed by the son of the President of all Mexicans,” said the deputy.

They want a commission in the Senate

The PAN senators want to create a commission for the case involving the president’s son, José Ramón López Beltrán, Pemex, and Baker Hughes.

“All legal avenues must be explored, both nationally and in the United States, for violating the minimum anti-corruption rules and codes of ethics of foreign companies in relation to our State productive companies,” Senator Lilly wrote on her social networks. Tellez.

Source: forbes.com.mx

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