Mexico. – Journalist Jorge Ramos replied to the president Andres Manuel Lopez ObradorLater a publication appeared in La Manera, criticizing the opinion of the news presenter.
Through a video posted on Twitter, Jorge Ramos thanks AMLO The tone of his response, indicating that the countries he defends are up for debate, in particular the position Mexico should take in this regard.
However, I clarify that, not without reason, the government of Mexico may “cooperate, defend or follow the example of a brutal dictatorship such as Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela”, despite the position that President Andres Manuel has established by warning that these countries will not attend the US summit if they are excluded.
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Jorge Ramos He reiterated that it would not be his opinion, but what is known about the political prisoners held by these nations, who have been registered and exposed through Amnesty International.
“Reports of human rights violations by political prisoners say so,” noted the communicator.
Finally, Ramos pointed out the difference of opinion between him and AMLO’s regarding the involvement of Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela Next June at the summit in downtown Los Angeles.
“Mr President, we still don’t agree, I think thugs shouldn’t go to the party,” he concluded his video.
AMLO displays it
During his morning conference, Amlo Exhibited a publication by Jorge Ramos, where the journalist criticized the fact that the Mexican president supported governments he considered oppressive, led by dictators.
While reading Jorge Ramos’ publication, President Andres Manuel noted that it is not that he does not want to attend the summit organized by the Joe Biden government, but that he wants to protect the liberties of other countries.
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“It’s not that I don’t want to, it’s what we have left? Are we going to respect the freedom of the people or not? Are we going to respect the sovereignty of the people or not? (… ) Who are we to call some thugs, tyrants, censors, oppressors and others not?”, noted the federal president.
Jorge Ramos responds to AMLO for supporting Cuba