Mexico City.—In the midst of talks with companies involved in electricity self-sufficiency, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador see you this morning Larry Fink, President of BlackRockThe world’s largest investment fund.
in the business of self-supply in mexicoIn what AMLO describes as a fraudulent scheme, large companies such as iberdrola and like money black RockWhose investment will be affected by the eventual cancellation of millionaire self-supply contracts.
just monday, lopez obradoro He stressed that behind companies in this area, such as Iberdrola, are investment funds. On 18 April, he also said that the investment fund is “the one that dominates the world”. They crave the oil and power industry,
Read more: I think thugs shouldn’t go to the party: Jorge Ramos responds to AMLO for supporting Cuba
“This is what foreigners want most, not just companies, behind it, which is a chain of command, they are the investment funds that dominate the world, they are the investment funds, then the companies and then the interests of the elites each. There are corrupt in the country,” he said then.
In mid-April, López Obrador threatened companies that used . work with plans autobasto To accept an agreement with the Government of power, Follow the new rules of the sector And don’t expose yourself to a criminal trial.
He then warned that, following the resolution of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN), which declared the constitutionality of the Constitution. electricity industry law (LIE), will not allow these “fraudulent schemes” to continue operating.
Subsequently, the federal president informed that the Secretary of the Interior, Aidan Augusto López Hernández, would lead negotiations with energy companies to begin the transition to the sector and avoid filing complaints.
Read more: Inflation caused by the world’s central banks: Salinas Pligo
López Obrador has broadcast that his administration will negotiate and seek agreements with about 20 energy generation companies, which in turn have 60 thousand consumers, of whom about 30 are “large”.
AMLO Meets with BlackRock President Larry Fink