The morning conference led by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) commenced with a bang, as he delved into various pressing matters affecting Mexico. From political rivalries to tackling drug consumption and addressing regional security concerns, the fearless leader left no stone unturned. Let's dive into the highlights of this intriguing session.
The president announced that he would be heading to Baja California Sur over the weekend, shifting the conference to La Paz on Friday. But he wasted no time in raising eyebrows as he questioned former president Felipe Calderón's decision to keep Genaro García Luna, a controversial figure, in his cabinet. AMLO demanded an explanation from Calderón and shed light on his concerns about the former president's questionable credit dealings while serving as the director of Banobras.