translated from Spanish: Beatriz Gutiérrez Muller signs letter in France «by López Obrador»

Mexico.- Dr. Beatriz Gutiérrez Muller, who is the wife of the current President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, came to Europe in order to obtain codices, pieces and archaeological objects from Mexico to exhibit them in our country next year, during her lifetime she went to the Quai Branly Museum where she supposedly signed a letter with her husband’s surnames. The image of the so-called letter with the peculiar signature caused a stir on social media, as many felt that he should not have done so and others said yes, it should be noted that the presidency as well as Beatriz Muller have not confirmed the veracity of the photograph. 
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Gutierrez Muller traveled to Europe on behalf of the president of Mexico, this to obtain codexes and archaeological pieces of the country, Andrés Manuel López Obrador said that these pieces will be exhibited next year on the occasion of the Bicentennial of Our Independence.» For the Quai Branly Museum and its splendid managers, workers, technicians, specialists: May this exhibition of Olmec and other pre-Columbian cultures bring us closer to our worlds and always allow us to mutually understand what we have been, are, and can be. Beatriz Gutierrez Muller de López Obrador. Live La France!» It can be read in the letter circulating on social networks. López Obrador had been invited to the opening of the exhibition at the Quai Branly museum in Paris, but decided to decline the invitation for his wife to be on his behalf, which, together with the first lady of France, Brigitte Macron, led the exhibition of the Olmecas.Se knows that upon his arrival in the capital of France, the writer met with her counterpart, President Macron’s wife in the emblematic Elyseo Palace. Together they attended a reading promotion event held at the Liceo Charlemagne in Paris, where they discussed literature with young French students who are part of the Mexico-France Student Mobility Program.

Letter allegedly written by Beatriz Muller/Photo: Special

Original source in Spanish

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