AMLO's morning today, November 9, 2023 live

AMLO's morning today, November 9, 2023 live
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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador heads his conference morning from November 9, 2023 from the National Palace after the security meeting with his cabinet.

Follow here morning on November 9 live and learn about the topics the President spoke about.

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López Obrador agrees with Acapulco hoteliers to have more than 3 thousand rooms by March

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador agreed with Acapulco hoteliers that for March and April there will be more than 3 thousand rooms available to accommodate visitors prior to the 2024 Tourist Tianguis and confirmed that some chains will even partially open in December of this year.

“Juan Antonio Hernández, who has two, three hotels, is already committed to starting these hotels. Also the owner of the Las Brisas hotel has already made the commitment, in December he will have 75% of the rooms and in March 100%. Carlos Slim was also there, he promised to have the entire internet system that still does not work correctly. “Daniel Chávez, one of the most important hoteliers in Mexico, from Vidanta,” he said.

López Obrador celebrates approval of the 2024 Budget; "I am very happy"

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador celebrated that the 2024 Budget was approved by the Chamber of Deputiesfor which he said he was “very happy”, since this means that he will be able to continue fighting poverty and economic and social inequality.

“Very recently, I think not even an hour, the budget was approved, I am very happy, very happy, they just recently approved the budget for next year, it is very good news because it is the budget for well-being, to continue fighting poverty and to continue reducing economic and social inequality,” he said.

He stressed that it is the last budget of his government and stressed that it is historic since the projects that he has presented in his government have been approved without a hitch. "It is historic, unprecedented in recent times, when the budget was distributed between parties, groups, those of the so-called civil society."


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