Mexico.- On February 13, Apro sent requests for information to the Office of the Presidency of the Republic, in which it requested the list of natural and moral persons invited to the dinner, as well as the list of attendees and copies of the «commitment letters» delivered to López Obrador’s team.
In three replies delivered on Thursday, the Transparency Unit of the Presidency of the Republic asserted that after a «comprehensive, comprehensive and reasonable search» in its archives, no unit of the National Palace located «documentary evidence that meet the requirements of the data subject.»
At the dinner that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, had with several billionaires among those who attended Palacio Nacional stand out, Emilio Azcárraga Jean, owner of Televisa; Alejandro Ramírez Magaña, owner of Cinépolis and former president of the Mexican Business Council (CMN); Carlos Salazar Lomelí, President of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE); Miguel Rincón Arredondo, a paper entrepreneur, they pledged to buy a quantity of little things to support the country.
The morning after dinner, the president declared at his morning conference, «Everyone (the entrepreneurs) expressed their support; without them taking the floor, there was a rally of support for the decision to rip the presidential plane.» AmLO later confirmed that the «commitment letters» were distributed to employers «because we had to have a record, and that sheet was filled by those who participated, they put how much, signed and deposited it in an amphora (…) and it was that Banobras and the Presidency of the Republic are going to take care of that information.»
But when requesting the information it turns out that it does not appear.