translated from Spanish: AMLO nods for Pemex for rejected contender for CRE

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador proposed angel Carrizales for the third time as an independent director of the Board of Directors of Petróleos Mexicanos, although he was already rejected by the Senate twice.
According to reports from the newspaper Reforma, Carrizales López was part of López Obrador’s Logistics and Helping team, and has already twice aspired to the Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), although in both cases it was rejected by the senators.
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The newspaper noted that on the catwalk he made before senators when he was nominated as commissioner of the CRE last February, Carrizales failed to answer what the National Center for Energy Control (Cenace) is.
Angel Carrizales is a chemical engineer, and worked in the Industrial Safety and Environmental Protection Unit of the Francisco I. Madero Refinery, of Pemex, and as a Technical Specialist Engineer “8” in the Superintendency General of Operation and Assistant Inspection and Security.
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He also worked as a Technical Specialist Engineer “D” in Storage and Measurement of Fluids in Pemex Exploration and Production in Ciudad Carmen, Campeche.
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