Pablo Azcárraga, president of said Council, said that this body should not be stopped just because of a ‘suspicion’ of corruption.
One of the main motivations of the government to cancel the Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico (CPTM) was the ‘suspicion’ of mismanagement within the agency responsible for promoting the country abroad with a fund of about 6 billion pesos annual
However, the Ministry of Tourism, headed by Miguel Torruco, has not provided evidence for this to be investigated.
“If they say that there were abuses that say which, who, where and when and act according to the law,” asked Pablo Azcárraga, president of the Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico.
In December, Miguel Torruco, ordered the liquidation of the Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico and the transfer of the resources that anchored this organism to the Fonatur for the construction of the Mayan Train.
However, Azcárraga, who is also chairman of the board of directors of Grupo Posadas, said that this body should not be stopped just because of a ‘suspicion’ of corruption.
Source: el financiero
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