The president said that those who ruled previously had a pharaonic mentality and forgot that there can be no rich government with poor people.
On his second day of working tour of Oaxaca, the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador inaugurated the rural road of Santos Reyes Yucuná where he also led the dialogue with the Mixtec people.
In this municipality of Oaxaca, President López Obrador said that there are no more luxuries in the government and it was a coincidence he said that the issue in the Mixtec of Oaxaca of the sale of the presidential plane was given.
I’m sorry he said talk about the extravagances that the “José María Morelos” plane had in such a poor town, because those who previously ruled had a pharaonic mentality and they forgot that there can be no rich government with poor people.
Now it is different he said and part of the excesses of previous governments have been sold to obtain money that has been sent to indigenous communities, such as luxury and armored vans that were run by the Presidential General Staff.
He also reiterated that his government’s support for indigenous peoples will continue until 2024 because in Mexico there will be no re-election, “delivered and I’m leaving,” he told the audience.
He also announced that there is a budget 10 billion to provide free internet to 220 thousand communities in the country.
The construction of rural roads in the country was announced by the president of Mexico on December 22, 2018 in Oaxaca. Until today I know they have built 778 of six thousand kilometers, which are planned to be delivered during the sexennium and that represents an investment of 14 billion pesos.
Accompanied by the governor of Oaxaca, Alejandro Murat and the secretary of Communications and Transportation, Javier Jiménez Espriú; President López Obrador will continue his tour of Oaxaca where this afternoon he will visit the Mixtec municipality of San Andrés Nuxiño, also in the Mixteca of Oaxaca, to close his second day of three of his tour in Oaxaca.
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