Culiacán, Sinaloa.—”There is no respect for public office,” is what he said Hector Melecio Cuen Ojeda after being sacked from the post of health secretary of state Sinaloa, for not withdrawing complaints against journalists.
It was through his social networks that the former health secretary, Kuen Ojeda, expressed himself after the measure was taken by Governor Rubén Rocha Moya, who asked his cabinet to withdraw any complaints against journalists.
“Personal prestige is not on the auction floor. There is no respect in return for public office. Congratulations to my fellow cabinet members, and thanks to all the health sector workers for the treatment I received in six months of work and, why not, coexistence.” “, Héctor Melesio Cuén Ojeda wrote on Twitter.
Hector Melecio Cuen Ojeda was removed from his post for failing to comply with the 48-hour deadline set by Governor Rubén Rocha Moya to withdraw any complaints against journalists.
“In view of your inconsistency, I inform you of my decision to remove you from your position as Secretary of Health”The official letter signed by Governor Ruben Rocha Moya reads.
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The measure was taken after the given deadline expired at 2:00 p.m. this Wednesday; “After the expiry of the period of 48 hours given for this purpose, it is verified that you have failed to comply with the instructions issued, that you have not submitted the refund, nor that you have followed the established procedures.” Proven legal conclusion. Acts of your will.”
“Respect is not in exchange for public office”: Cuen Ojedas