AMLO: Ana Guevara was misunderstood about allocating athletes' awards to Guerrero

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He President Andrés Manuel López Obrador He maintained that the words of the head of the National Commission of Physical Culture and Sports (Conade), Ana Gabriela Guevara, who proposed withdrawing the awards from Pan American athletes and allocating them to those affected by Hurricane 'Otis'

“I think they misunderstood her,” he declared this Monday during his morning press conference in National Palace.

“You see that she is subject to many questions, but she has done a very good job,” he reiterated.

The president reiterated that the prizes intended for the athletes will come from the resources of the Institute to Return What was Stolen to the People.

After the passage of Hurricane Otis in Guerrero, Ana Guevara proposed to AMLO the possibility that 'the resource' that would be provided to athletes could be exempted panamericans after his participation in Santiago 2023 and that it is intended for those affected in Warrior.

The head of Conade assured that the stimulus is not part of Conade and was an 'exception' for AMLO. She therefore left the decision in the hands of the president.

During his tenure as head of the Commission, Guevara has received criticism for the lack of support and financial scholarships for athletes.

Given this, Mexican athletes have had to look for alternatives to finance both their training and their attendance at international competitions due to lack of budget.

Because of this, Guevara has been harshly criticized by athletes during her administration. Great Mexican athletes in recent years, like the former diver Paola Espinosahave also attacked his administration, which they called “the worst in history.”

Likewise, it has been the focus of various controversies. Among them is the controversy with the Mexican artistic swimming team, which denounced the lack of support from the Commission to compete in the Egypt World Cup at the beginning of this year.

After the controversy with the artistic swimming team, who had to sell various products to pay for their trip to the world competition, Guevara declared that, if it were up to her, she would have no problem "with them selling underwear."

Added to this are the complaints that have been filed against the head of Conade for alleged acts of corruption.

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