Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has assured that the country saved around 560,000 million pesos (more than 21,500 million euros) on fighting corruption and defending austerity measures during his mandate.
The Mexican president took stock of his tenure this Tuesday, assuring that despite “unforeseen circumstances” like the new coronavirus pandemic, he has met 95 percent of commitments.
He has defended that, unlike those of its predecessors, his government will not be remembered as a corrupt government or “political vengeance”. “The robbery of the above is over,” emphasized López Obrador, who nevertheless did not regard the “official banditry” as completely banned.
The president has assured that with him as commander, the premise that “everything was ordered by the president because the executive was the power of the powers that be” has ended and he has defended that both the prosecution and the judiciary are now acting independently. according to the newspaper ‘Milenio’.