Stop the stupid disputes

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Hector Moctezuma de León.

While the Acapulqueños and other inhabitants of the municipalities surrounding the tourist destination par excellence clamor for a bottle of water, food or a roof over their heads, here in the center of the country the stupid disputes between the powers of the union continue.

A president bent on revenge against the judiciary, stubborn about taking away its trusts, only has time to attack those he considers his adversaries, or to vilify the media and anyone who gets in his way.

This Tuesday, Andrés Manuel López Obrador made a proposal with some perversity, that the 15 billion of the trusts that the Congress of the Union took from the Judicial Branch of the Federation, be used to support the victims and reconstruction.

The president wanted to make a three-way street, on the one hand, to turn good people against the judiciary, in case it refused, to have an amount that he does not have for reconstruction and to get his way in his attempt to undermine to the magistrates of the Court who have not been obedient to the executive power, as in other administrations.

Unfortunately for the victims, these disputes only cause a delay in humanitarian aid, as has been demonstrated in the first week after the tragedy that left death and destruction on the Guerrero coast.

The people of Acapulco are hungry and thirsty, to this we must add the robberies in their homes where organized crime takes away what little they had left after the fury with which “Otis” attacked them, the tropical storm that did not worry them. to the three levels of government and that suddenly became a category 5 hurricane that devastated the coastal area.

What a pity for the victims, so far from official help and victims of the disputes between the political dwarfs that we suffer in this great country that they are determined to put an end to. They don't have a mother.


With all due respect because they are women, but neither the governor of Guerrero, Evelyn Salgado, nor the Secretary of the Interior, Luisa María Alcalde, have the size to lead the reconstruction in the area affected by Hurricane “Otis.” Another whim of President López Obrador that will have consequences for the victims... And while in Guerrero they are experiencing a tragedy that will leave many marks on the inhabitants of that place, here in the dispute over Morena's candidacy, for Mexico City, they come across everything, between the spoiled candidate and the hardline candidate. An audio circulates on social networks, where Martí Batres speaks with a member of his team in which he recommends continuing to hit Omar García Harfuch, “you have to keep hitting Omar”, I already told Dany to keep hitting him with Hernán, with Piri, let's see if Ana can get something else, so she can continue hitting him, because the last thing from Mini Lic. just didn't hit. True or not, it is part of the dirty war in the style of the morenos...The president announced the Reconstruction Plan for Acapulco and Coyuca de Benítez, the project contemplates incorporating 10 thousand young people into the Youth Building the Future program for work cleaning, construction and painting, with a salary equivalent to the minimum. And all the hotel workers who lost their jobs? This is not a temporary employment program.

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