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Mexico businesspersons prepare an alternative to AMLO

The long-term plan is called ‘Alternative for Mexico’ and has as one of its strategic allies to ITESM, which will train thousands of young people to be ‘citizen agents of change‘.

Business leaders carry out an alternative nation project to that of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, with which they will seek to defend “democracy, the rule of law, the market economy” and other objectives, but with which they also plan to recruit thousands of leaders to involve them in the political life of the country, in the face of the coming intermediate elections.

This is revealed by the magazine Proces in its most recent edition, which highlights that the project, headed by the president of the Employers Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex), the businessman Gustavo de Hoyos Walther, has the support of several associations -participants mostly from the # NoMásDerroches- initiative.

With the title “ The business right enlists your nation project ”, the process report points out that it had access to the 39-sheet plan called “Alternative for Mexico”, and which has as one of its strategic allies the Technological Institute of Higher Studies de Monterrey (ITESM) -addressed by Alejandro Poiré, Secretary of the Interior in the six-year term of Felipe Calderón-, who would be in charge of “training” the thousands of young people from the business and union community, entrepreneurs and even influencers, and that they will be “citizen agents of change”, before the elections of 2021.

“Among the“ instructors ”defined for the Coparmex-ITESM plan are listed, in addition to Poiré himself – who recruited Carlos Urzúa after his resignation from the Secretary of the Treasury of the López Obrador government -, the diplomat Miguel Ruiz Cabañas, the former official by Pemex Carlos Elizondo Mayer-Serra, to the analyst Jesús Silva Herzog-Márquez and to the former electoral councilor Arturo Sánchez Gutiérrez ”, the weekly notes.

Source: forbes mx

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