translated from Spanish: AMLO’s government is a factory of the poor, accuses the PRI

The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) caucus in the Chamber of Deputies denounced that the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has become a “factory of the poor.” The legislators of the tricolor pointed out that the federal government has mistakenly used direct support for the vulnerable population, that is, social programs, as a mechanism of economic growth, when this is not the case. In the analysis of the Third Government Report of President López Obrador, the PRI members of the Lower House of the Congress of the Union highlighted the relevance of generating fiscal and financial incentives to be able to attract investment, production and value generation in the economy.” In no country in the world are direct support used as a mechanism to achieve economic growth and that is why this government is rather a factory of the poor, “said the deputies Ildefonso Guajardo and Brazil Acosta.La last week, the Economic Package 2022 project was presented in which it highlights, among other things, the increase of almost double the resources that are intended to be allocated to Pensions for the Elderly. Institutional warned that, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Mexican economy fell more than 8% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which is more than double that of its partners, the United States and Canada. Meanwhile, they explained that the main indicator of investment accumulates 25 months in decline, that is, even before the health contingency it was decreasing. The opposition legislators to Morena said that the depth of the economic crisis in Mexico is due to the federal government not providing enough incentives for formal employment, which caused the closure of micro, small and large companies. In addition, they emphasized that there was no correct and efficient application of public resources in support of the most unprotected groups, since the Fourth Transformation has generated, so far, 4 million more Mexicans in poverty. Currently, Mexico has 49 million Mexicans who cannot access the basic basket, while about 15 million people do not have health services. Read more: You don’t feel like it! Samuel García will give the cry from Texas and not in Nuevo LeónThe fraction of the PRI called not to allow the government of Mexico to continue advancing without implementing an economic strategy that has a vision of efficient public spending, which allows the employment, health and education needs of the poorest to be met. Strong discussion breaks out in the City Council of Culiacán

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