translated from Spanish: Previous governments left ‘deed dump’, AMLO accuses

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, on Sunday that previous governments left a “construction dump” unfinished, or that they are in abandonment.
Visiting a Pemex ammonia plant in Camargo, Chihuahua, the federal representative gave as an example that this facility, inaugurated in 1967, was completely abandoned from the government of Vicente Fox.
“She’s been standing for 16 or 17 years, and now we want to rehabilitate her, although it’s not a simple matter, it requires resources,” the president said.
“We have other plants, that plant that was bought in Pajaritos, plants in Cosoleacaque, plants in Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán, to produce fertilizers, but everything is in abandonment, disarticulated, then we are thinking how to integrate all these plants to to be able to produce fertilizer, and not to have to buy fertilizer, in order to be self-sufficient.”
The case of plants like Camargo’s, he said, is a sample of how pre-country governments left, “almost ruined,” although according to the federal representative “with what they left us, we’re going to be able to achieve the rebirth of the country.”
López Obrador said his government is looking to initiate a general rehabilitation of these plants in abandonment, although only works that can be completed during their six-yearly life will be done.
“I don’t want to start anything that’s not going to end,” he said.

We will take petrochemical plants out of ruin to produce fertilizers and increase production in the field. Let’s go to the Camargo act, Chihuahua.
— Andrés Manuel (@lopezobrador_) June 16, 2019

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