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Calderón asks AMLO for evidence about "narco-state" in his government

2020-08-11T03:22:22.793Z

As rarely, a president of Mexico has been so direct. This Monday, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador stated during his morning conference that in the past, the Mexican State could ...



As rarely, a president of Mexico has been so direct. This Monday, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said during his morning conference that in the past, the Mexican State could have been in collusion with organized crime: “With all this that is coming to light, well yes. One can speak of a narco-state, because the government was taken over. Those who were in charge of fighting crime were at the service of crime, "said López Obrador, referring to the case of Genaro García Luna, former Secretary of Security for the presidency of Felipe Calderón and currently detained in the United States accused of accepting bribes from the Sinaloa cartel and give false statements to authorities. García Luna has pleaded not guilty. Former President Felipe Calderón denied that during his government drug trafficking had acquired the relevance indicated by López Obrador.

Source: cnnespanol

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