Culiacan, Sinaloa.- “It worries me, it’s pure corruption. I don’t want secrets”Mayor of Culiacán, Jesus Estrada Ferrero, expressed after Congress in Sinaloa blocks entry of City Hall officials to answer and testify political case against himAnd they’ll only let him pass by Wife and lawyer.
Jess Estrada Ferrero, accompanied by councillors, city council officials, supporters, family members and citizens, walked from the water park to the Sinaloa State Congress to respond to the impeachment charges against him.
“You are not alone” and “not for political persecution” were the screams of hundreds of people, with the mayor of Culiacán to answer to the state Congress demanding an end to the political trial against him.
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In a video shared on the account of the mayor of Kuliakan, the high spirits of colleagues are being heard and a tense atmosphere is being seen.
The legal director, Donato Vega, and the chairman of the commission of inquiry deputy Marco César Almaral explained that only Estrada Ferreiro, his wife Lupita de Estrada and their lawyers could enter.
Jesus Estrada Ferreiro complained that Municipal corporation will not allow treasurer or councilor to enteramong others who came with him.
Journalists asked him with what logic Sinaloa congressional officials block the entry of more people to react to the political test, which was alluded to by Jesus Estrada Ferrero. “It’s a secret. I don’t want a secret.”
Later, Jess Estrada Ferrero enters the place where he will give answers and evidence with his wife and lawyers, and a man is heard saying “Don’t worry”To which the mayor of Culiacán expressed that he was concerned about corruption.
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“No, it concerns me, it’s all pure corruption”Estrada Ferreiro says before entering the Palacio Legislativo.