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Mexico

PAN President Sees Embezzlement from Veracruz Governor

Ricardo Anaya Cortés warned that there exists overwhelming evidence against current Veracruz Governor Javier Duarte de Ochoa

Javier Duarte de Ochoa has been among Mexico's most controversial governors during his time in office., photo: Cuartoscuro/Hilda Ríos
By Rosalba Amezcua Whatsapp Twitter Facebook Share
2 years ago

National Action Party (PAN) President Ricardo Anaya Cortés warned that there exists overwhelming evidence against current Veracruz Governor Javier Duarte de Ochoa. He stated that there would be no revenge, but that the impunity that the Mexican people were so tired of would not be allowed. 

Ricardo Anaya, president of the PAN, sees his party's victory in the state of Veracruz as an opportunity for justice. Photo: Cuartoscuro

Ricardo Anaya, president of the PAN, sees his party’s victory in the state of Veracruz as an opportunity for justice. Photo: Cuartoscuro

“We say this with all clarity, there will be no revenge, but there certainly will be justice. The case of Veracruz is extremely serious, the Federal Auditing Agency (ASF) has documented embezzlement for over 35 billion pesos ($1, 878 billion dollars). In one account alone nearly three billion pesos we taken out in cash. The people are tired of corruption and of those who are corrupt getting away with it.”

Anaya Cortés added that the ASF has documented the Santander banking account from which these huge quantities were retrieved, and that people were tired of “turning a blind eye,” of nothing ever happening, of talks of always moving forward. The leader of the PAN concluded that building towards the future was the goal, but that the past could not go unpunished. 

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