Politician dissatisfied with the Sinaloa business delegation that attended a dinner at the National Palace


Too bad they had that kind of mix, as if they were all the same: Clouthier after list of businessmen invited to dinner with AMLO.

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- Last night in the treasury room of the National Palace, the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador received a group of businessmen, to whom he offered chipilín tamales, coffee, bread, and chocolate as part of a dinner.

After the news, the politician Manuel Clouthier made a publication on Twitter in which he criticized the list of guests at the dinner, since he regretted that the Government, nor invited businessmen could purge the list of the Sinaloa business delegation, since according to his words, the invitation was received by people of all kinds of mixtures.

“It is a pity that the government or the invited businessmen ask that the list be refined so that they do not make this type of mixture where they have washers, billers, Popes who pontificate, good businessmen, etc. And all scrambled as if they were the same !!!”, she wrote on the social network.

On the other hand, it is presumed that the office of the private secretary of Governor Rubén Rocha Moya was in charge of selecting the business delegation from Sinaloa that went to the National Palace. It has been rumored that this office led by Alejandro Higuera has engaged in practices on several occasions that could involve influence peddling.

During the dinner, at least 30 businessmen were invited, several of them from Sinaloa, who were supposedly previously selected by Higuera Osuna.

It should be noted that literally, the word influence peddling corresponds to the improper use or exploitation of the knowledge or information obtained in the performance of a public office.

Tamaliza dinner

_Who were the businessmen invited? _

Among the businessmen who attended the dinner at the National Palace are names such as:

• Agustín Coppel Luken (Coppel Group) • Jesús Vizcarra Calderón (Viz Group) • José Eduvigildo Carranza Beltrán (Pinsa Group) • Juan Manuel Ley (Law Group) • Amado Guzmán Reynaud (Petroil Group) • Sebastián Arana Escobar (Meprosa) • Velia Fabiola García López (Calzzapato Group) • Carlos Berdegué Sacristán (El Cid Resorts) • Guillermo Elizondo Collard (Ceres Group) • Octaviano Carrillo Urtusuastegui (Mexican Aquaculture Group) • Nemesio Artola Sada (Agricola GS) • Ioanis Stabropoulos Escobosa (Pacific Horticultural Values ) • Jesús Enrique Castro García (Agricola Tepaichopa) • José María Pablos González (Agroexportadora del Noroeste) • Eduardo de la Vega Canelos (Agricola La Primavera) • José Gil López Favela (Lof Agro) • Juan José Arellano Hernández (Grupo ArHe) • José Luis Mogollón (Quivira) • David Coppel Calvo (Arco Holdings) • Monica MurilloRogers (Fetasa) • Jesús Armando Kuroda Alvarado (Kuroda Park) • Joel Valenzuela Parra (Jova Graneros) • Fernando Camacho Tirado (Producer) • Sergio Lizárraga Lizárraga (Lizos Producer)

Source: reaccioninformativa.com

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