It is to support athletes: AMLO asks to buy “little pieces” for the National Lottery draw

Mexico City.- The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), called on Mexicans to buy “little pieces” of the National lottery for the draw of this September 15 that will distribute prizes in kind, the first of its kind in the institution of forecasts.

AMLO showed a strip of little bits, remembering that until tomorrow the lottery tickets will be available to participate in the raffle that will be distributed until a box at the Azteca Stadium, apartments, real estate and even land.

“It is for tomorrow, there is still time, it is a box in the Azteca, they are going to grate,” said the president.

The President Andrés Manuel, recalled in La Mañanera on September 14 that everything collected from the National Lottery draw will be used to provide support to Mexican athletes who participated in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, as well as in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.

“The most important of all, what is obtained is to support athletes, those who participated in the Tokyo Olympics, all participants who did a good job,” added the chief executive.

Finally, AMLO reported that the a bit It has a value of 250 pesos, with prizes that exceed the investment in the National Lottery ticket with their value.

“They are 250 pesos but they are boxes, apartments, houses, in short, many things,” he said.

Federal raffles

This is the second raffle that the Federal Government organizes through the National Lottery, which has been carried out through the Institute to Give Back to the People the Stolen (Indep), and the assets seized from illegal activities.

In this sense, the properties that will be raffled in the draw on September 15 are properties that belonged to drug lords in Mexico, in addition to assets that were obtained as a result of corruption in the country.

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The properties are distributed in different states of the Republic, such as Sinaloa, Mexico City, Guerrero, Jalisco and Baja California Sur.


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