Senator earned more than 3 ministers combined

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Hector Moctezuma de León.

Will President Andrés Manuel López Obrador know that the senator, currently on leave, Alejandro Armenta Mier, had a monthly income of 927 thousand pesos, an amount greater than the salary received, in the same period, by 3 ministers of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation?

In a well-documented complaint, the senator of the plural group, Germán Martínez Cázares, also detailed the income that the former PRI member and now Morenista, candidate for the candidacy for the government of the State of Puebla, had in the Senate.

Armenta Mier, cousin of Ignacio “Nachito” Mier who also longs for the chair currently occupied by Salomón Cespedes, earned, according to Martínez Cázares, a monthly salary of 120 thousand pesos -higher than that of the president-; 130 thousand support for advisors; 132 for variable in-kind subsidy; 200 thousand for advisors and 142 thousand for expenses inherent to the position that make a total of 927 thousand pesos, almost one million.

But the abuses of the former PRI member who coordinated Enrique Peña Nieto's campaign in Puebla had no limit, he spent 20 million pesos as president of the board of directors of the Chamber of Senators from September 1, 2022 to August 31, 2023.

Also to position himself as a candidate for the Puebla governorship, the licensed senator demanded from the Coordination of Social Communication 30 advertising guidelines to favor Puebla media in order to help him in his desired political objective, the governorship of Puebla and he had his own communication structure.

He also used the facilities of the Senate of the Republic to organize banquets with journalists and other groups, in which mezcal from Puebla flowed, charged to the finances of the Upper House.

In the Senate, Armenta had privileges far superior to those that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador says that the ministers of the Court have. But about that, not a word in the mornings at the National Palace, he is dark, he is from home.

Not even Biden has them, neither did Obama.


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