Mexico.- He stood out among the cries for independence carried out by Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the celebration of the equality, the Liberty and the honesty, topics that have been strongly criticized during his administration.
There are few times that politicians opposed to President López Obrador have reproached him, even insulted him, about the growing inequality that has been registered in Mexico, as a result of Covid-19 and, supposedly, of its lousy social programs.
It should be noted censorship is a strong criticism receiving AMLO on the part of political and intellectual opponents, who despite denouncing censorship, have not been seen to stop insulting, reproaching and sometimes misrepresenting the president’s words.
The honesty of the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador It has also been a fact strongly criticized by the opposition, who even they keep a supposed account of the lies what the Mexican president has said in the Mañaneras conference and in his lectures that he usually gives on tours.
This was what AMLO shouted during the Cry of Independence
“Mexicans, Mexicans Long live Independence! Long live Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla! Long live José María Morelos y Pavón! Long live Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez! Long live Ignacio Allende! Long live Leona Vicario! Long live Vicente Guerrero! Long live the heroes anonymous! Long live freedom! Long live justice! Long live equality! Long live democracy! Long live honesty! Long live our sovereignty! Long live the universal brotherhood! Long live love of neighbor! Long live the cultures of pre-Hispanic Mexico! Long live Mexico! Long live Mexico! Long live Mexico! “Were the shouts that the Mexican president gave from the National Palace.
In order to defend himself against the multiple media attacks and criticisms, President López Obrador added a section to his Mañanera conference; Who’s Who in the Lies of the Week, where he allegedly exposes the unsubstantiated sayings used by his opponents.
However, both the section and the presenter have been heavily attacked and discredited, since mistakes have been made, and sometimes, although an alleged false news is exhibited, it is not denied, it is only criticized.
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Only the president of Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador will know why he added those three shouts to the celebration that thousands of Mexicans who followed the live broadcast.