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This Friday, May 26, the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, reacted to the vote in the Peruvian Congress to declare him “persona non grata” and announced that he will pause economic and commercial relations with that nation.
At the same time, he reiterated his refusal to give Dina Boluarte the temporary presidency of the Pacific Alliance, whom he once again called “spurious.”
“I can deliver it to Chile without any problem. (…) I am not going to hand it over to the lady that she is usurping the presidency. As long as there is no democratic normality in Peru, we do not want economic or commercial relations with them,” said the head of the Mexican Executive.
In this way, the Mexican head of state indicated that he will look for his Chilean counterpart to analyze the handover of the pro tempore presidency to Gabriel Boric to settle this issue, although he made it clear that he will not give in to the claims of the Peruvian government, to whom it corresponds later. from Mexico.
“If Chile hands it over to Peru, then that’s your business,” said the man from Tabasco, after reiterating that relations with the Boluarte administration will remain on hold, also in the economic and commercial field.
In addition, with the decision of the Legislative Power of the Inca nation, he will be prevented from entering that country, for which the Tabasco politician maintained that the only thing he will regret is not being able to visit the archaeological zone of Machu Picchu.
López Obrador assured that the Boluarte administration has low popularity and even so they “cling” to power, for this reason he recommended reinstating the presidential procedure and that new elections be called “if not, it will be from crisis to crisis.”
López Obrador urged Peruvians to restore the electoral procedure and “of course, release Pedro Castillo”, who he said was elected by the people, although he acknowledged that
In addition, López Obrador thanked the left-wing Peruvian legislators who voted against the initiative of the Popular Action parliamentary group, although he acknowledged that “they brushed us off.”
“There were those who voted against that proposal, nothing more than they brushed us off, no way. But the people of Peru are extraordinary and brother,” said the Mexican president.
“If I can’t go to Peru, the only thing I regret is not going to Machu Picchu and, of course, seeing that wonderful town. Peru is a lot of people for so little government, ”he said when criticizing the Boluarte government again.