Culiacan, Sinaloa.- Roxana Rubio Valdez, PAN President first expressed his solidarity with the Journalists’ Association Hector Melecio Cuen Ojeda, expelled from the office of the Secretary of State for HealthWhich was done by Rubén Rocha Moya, the governor of Sinaloa.
that she said Today’s former officer did not follow the instructions State President issued, where he asked his colleagues There is no complaint against the journalists and if so, remove them or they will be removed from office.
“I would like to express my full solidarity with the journalists and the head of the Women’s Secretariat, Tere Guerra, in the national action we defend freedom of expression and we hope that this type of action will reduce violence against the union and we Ask the government to take measures. It continues to be taken to provide more security to those who are in charge of informing us.”
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Roxana Rubio told that Governor Rocha Moya sends a signal of support to the journalism association in the stateAlthough attacks on journalists nationally from the palace send a different signal in Sinaloa, much remains to be done so that journalists can exercise their profession freely.
Rubio Valdez asked the governor and state Congress to immediately process legislation to protect journalists, which has long been in the parliamentary freezer.
The blue and white leader noted that relations between Cuen and Rocha Moya had already deteriorated, as the former health official never stopped carrying out his partisan activities, publicly confronted the governor on several occasions and The state president did not listen.
“I think you need to tune your team to govern and the former health secretary publicly disobeyed and faced the governor on several occasions, when you are a bishop in the government you must obey orders , it is necessary to have political humility”.
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Rubio Valdez specified that the governor has the constitutional power to appoint and remove his secretaries, emphasizing that in national action he would continue to supervise the actions of the cabinet, as it would be up to him to achieve those results. It’s time to work for whom he promised. society
Roxana Rubio supports the dismissal of Cuen Ojeda in Sinaloa