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  • Eva Cadena: Rocío Nahle is AMLO's Financial Dealer

  • This is the fourth time that a video has surfaced showing Cadena Sandoval accepting or discussing monetary contributions for AMLO or herself

Legislator Eva Cadenas stands at the Estate's Prosecutor's Office in Xalapa, Veracruz, April 26, 2017. photo: Cuartoscuro/Alberto Roa, photo: Cuartoscuro/Alberto Roa

25 of May 2017 15:59:51

A new video has surfaced in which National Regeneration Movement (Morena) Veracruz deputy Eva Felicitas Cadena Sandoval accepts money for Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) and points to federal deputy Rocío Nahle García as his financial dealer.Nahle García replied by saying that she is "nobody's dealer" and that Cadena Sandoval would have to "provide evidence for those claims."This is the fourth time that a video has surfaced showing Cadena Sandoval accepting or discussing monetary contributions for AMLO or herself.In the video obtained by a local news agency, Cadena Sandoval talks to an unidentified woman who offers to provide 5 million pesos ($270,180) for AMLO's presidential campaign.[caption id="attachment_60688" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Former National Rejuvenation Movement (Morena) candidate Eva Felicitas Cadena Sandoval is confronted by reporters as she exits the offices of the Electoral Crimes Prosecutor's Office (Fepade) in Mexico City, Mexico, May 24, 2017. Photo: Cuartoscuro/Galo Cañas[/caption]When questioned about the source off the money, the woman in the recording says that it would come from friends of former Democratic Revolution Party (PRD) deputy Amado Jesús Cruz Malpica.The first video, that surfaced on April 24 of this year, shows Cadena Sandoval accepting half a million pesos from a woman for AMLO's campaign. Subsequently on April 27, a second video shows Cadena accepting $10,000 and 50,000 pesos from the same woman.The unidentified woman is presumed to be the same person in all three recordings.On May 2, a third video shows Cadena Sandoval accepting 1 million pesos from alleged businessmen in order to push a law in their favor.



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