Mexico City.- The senator for the National Action Party, Lilly Tellezqualified the president AMLO as a dictatorafter enacting a decree that limits flights at the International Airport of Mexico City “Benito Juárez” and these are displaced to the Felipe Angeles International Airport.
During the program of the channel Atypical Te Ve on May 4, and in the company of her fellow party members, Kenia Rabadán and Xóchitl Gálvez, the senator from Sonora returned to the issue of decree of the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, which seeks to promote the AIFA commercial flights.
Lilly Tellez indicated that Andrés Manuel did an act typical of a dictator, because by his will, the president he would have made the decree, using power at his convenience in the face of the criticism that the emblematic work of his government has received since its inauguration.
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“Like a vile dictator, with a nefarious authoritarianism, he says: because I feel like it, now they are going to lower the flights at the Mexico City International Airport to go to the Felipe Ángeles Airport,” declared the senator.
And it is that currently, the AIFA, more than a month after its opening, it still has only 6 domestic flights and one international flight to Venezuela. It was even speculated that the flight from Felipe Ángeles to Villahermosa, Tabasco, would be canceled due to its low influx.
The senator for the PAN insisted that, for the next six-year term, Andrés Manuel must pay for everything he is doing during his term, since Lilly Téllez has been considered as one of the possible candidates for the presidency of Mexico by the opposition.
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“But we are going to collect it, President, we are going to collect it for the next administration. Stay well seated because if you don’t, you’re going to fall back when you see that we’re going to put things in order, “said the senator, a former member of Morena, a party created by AMLO and that led him to the presidency of Mexico in 2018.