Culiacán, Sinaloa.- that the officers and those close to them have received threats, But he didn’t want to tell who else They haven’t filed a complaint yet, but they willThe mayor of Culiacán, Jesus Estrada Ferreiro, said.
The PAN complaint against him about the hoardings doesn’t matter because he doesn’t care about the party that doesn’t know who they are, nor does he know who put them up.
He also doesn’t care what city tenants say about him requesting permission to hold an impeachment trial.
Although his son works in the state government, he would not ask him to resign because it was Sinaloa’s governor, Rubén Rocha Moya, who offered him the job and hired him.
According to Estrada Ferreiro The trustee who raised the constitutional dispute of non-payment of police widows So you cannot commit to take it back as it is not your responsibility.
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He assured that all the people accompanying him to the Congress of Sinaloa State had gone of their own accord. He said that he was not worried about the political trial against him.
He has threatened people close to him: Estrada Ferreiro