Samuel García affirms that he will not leave his government to the PRIAN and that corruption will return

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After last night the Congress of New Lion will take protest Arturo Salinas As interim governor of the state, current president Samuel García attacked the PRI and PAN and maintained that he will not leave his government to those parties.

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There's no way I'm biting into that poisoned apple. That forbidden apple of discord. I am not going to give my government and the new Nuevo León and its best moment to PRIAN, Never and let the corruption and mediocrity of the old politics (PRIAN) return,” he warned on his social networks.

He mentioned that very soon the circus is going to fall for these parties.

We are going to delete/eliminate them from Mexico and the PRIAN He will pay all the consequences of his actions. Yesterday they showed the fear and dread that they have of us and that their project X is deflated and on the canvas,” he assured.

He stressed that he remains focused on Nuevo León and announced that this Thursday the Black Hawk will enter into operation, which will complete the Civil Force air division, in addition to 300 new ecological trucks will be put into operation, as well as the second pump of the El Aqueduct will be turned on. Knife II.

Cheer up Nuevo León, unstoppable. “See you on Saturday at the report of my second year of government,” he mentioned.

On Monday, the state governor asked the local Congress for a leave of absence from office for six months to seek the Citizen Movement candidacy for the presidency of the nation.

Yesterday he Congress approved and appointed as interim governor to Arturo Salinas, who served as president of the Judiciary.

The appointment of Salinas, who was a local deputy for the PAN in the state Congress, bothered García, who had appointed his Secretary General of the Government, Javier Navarro, to remain in charge of the office in his absence.

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