In a few weeks or a few months Mayor Benítez to be dismissed


The state leader of the orange party assures that there are sufficient elements and they will soon discharge him, since he has complaints of gender violation, in addition to the misuse of public resources, a case that is clear in the LED luminaires

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres has his days numbered within the municipal Presidency of Mazatlán, and he will be the next to be removed from office in Sinaloa, due to a series of irregularities and faults, among them the violation of the law with the acquisition of Led luminaires, whose cost exceeds 400 million pesos and that are clearly visible, sentenced Sergio Torres Félix.

The president of the Movimiento Ciudadano party in Sinaloa added that the political conduct and actions of the Chemist Benítez are also other factors that are very similar to those of Jesús Estrada Ferreiro, for which, in Mazatlán, its mayor is sentenced, although he does not want to believe or see it, but it is a matter of waiting for the action of the local Congress. 

“I am one of those who maintain that Mayor Benítez has a few weeks and a few months left, there are many elements for him to be dismissed and there they are. There is already an investigation by the Superior State Audit Office, obviously, it is clear that Mayor Benítez has made poor use of public resources

Torres Félix indicated that another reason is that he has also been accused of gender violence, where the last and clear example is against Gabriela Peña Chico, although she has not proceeded to denounce him, but several elements are added that the Mayor each time they lead to an outrage, even when he seems to have a good relationship with Rocha Moya.

The leader of Movimiento Ciudadano in Sinaloa, pointed out that Morena will practically leave a country on fire and divided, where they are more busy in advanced political campaigns with the so-called “corcholatas” of AMLO, who as president of Mexico leaves much to be desired and the worst It is how they turn a deaf ear to the violence that prevails.


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