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Panista exhibits alleged audio of Layda Sansores in which he calls AMLO ‘arrogant’ – El Financiero

The Governor Layda Sansores was involved this Thursday in a scandal, after the PAN deputy, Jorge Triana, leaked a supposed audio in which the president allegedly calls President Andrés Manuel López Obrador “arrogant, foolish and unscrupulous.”

In the 20-second audio, the alleged Sansores voice saying: “López Obrador is such an arrogant people, because our president, I don’t even want to say it, but it’s a tragedy, it’s a tragedy to have a goofy man who has no scruples and I think this is a lesson for us.”

He also adds: “It’s insulting because you have to admit that Andrés Manuel lies.”

In defense of Sansores, Marco Levario Turcott He responds to Jorge Triana and assures that the audio was edited of some statements made by the governor of Campeche about the president of the PRI, Alejandro ‘Alito’ Moreno Cárdenas.

On Wednesday, Layda Sansores was mentioned in two audios in which her nephew Gerardo Sánchez Sansores supposedly asks for “moches” in exchange for granting construction permits in Mexico City, when the current governor was as mayor of Álvaro Obregón.

In one of the audios, broadcast through social networks, Gerardo Sansores is heard asking about the cost of an apartment in the capital of the country, near areas such as Pedregal and then questions for what will be the bribe he will receive.

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“And department in MexicoHow much does it cost in an area near Pedregal? How much do you think an apartment could cost you? Let’s put four million, multiply it by 200, it’s 800 million pesos. How much do you want to “bite”, 10 percent is 80 million; Well, how many of these am I going to keep, or how much are you going to fall with?”, is heard on the recording.

Sansores San Roman created the program Jaguar Tuesdaysbroadcast on social networks, to address issues that highlight their government actions, which are reinforced with invitations to state officials.

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