translated from Spanish: Former Baja California governor responds to Amlo, «there are politicians who resort to lying»

Baja California, Mexico.- The former governor of Baja California, José Guadalupe Osuna Millán, came out in his defense and responded to the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, as the representative through his official account uploaded a video where he accuses the now-auded of allow private companies to benefit from wind power in the bank.

Here my response to the comments made by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador regarding the La Rumorosa wind farm.
Posted by José Guadalupe Osuna Millán on Saturday, March 28, 2020

In López Obrador’s video, he noted that wind energy companies in that entity are private businesses that have to subsidize companies, «they are one of the tranzas that were made in the neoliberal period, this was promoted by the governors of the conservative party».
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In the face of this, Guadalupe Osuna, emphasized that the company to which López Obrador referred complied with all state and federal standards, «false that it is located in the heritage area of humanity, I invite the president to prove it, false also that the company receive or have received public subsidies.»
Osuna Millán, stressed that «the most informed man in this country must know the amounts and disclose them, are not few and the federation pays nothing to Baja California for those revenue generated.»
The former governor stated that in politics we must be guided by the truth, «I was invited to dance and they are vague, so I answer with the truth», «enough of lies, there is no worse blind than the one who does not want to see, the country needs non-distracting results».
Here the president’s opinion that provoked the response of the former governor

Year after year, on the long road to the transformation of Mexico, I have always enjoyed the passage through La Rumorosa. Politics and beauty are not incompatible.

Posted by Andrés Manuel López Obrador on Saturday, March 28, 2020

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