The Head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, denied that international interviews that have been carried out, like the one in the Spanish newspaper The country, are part of acts of presidential pre-campaign towards 2024.

According to the local representative, These interviews have been formally requested to know what is being done in the capital of the country, plus I would not pay for that type of publication.

And it is that during a press conference, after presenting the Peace Cabinet In Azcapotzalco, Sheinbaum was questioned as to whether these interviews of international scope can be considered a pre-campaign.

Not at all, they are interviews that they have been requesting usIt’s not that we have been looking for them, ”he said at the press conference.

We would never do that of paying for a publication not of that type, ”he insisted.

The head of Government specified that for the British media The Economist It was an article on how the pandemic has been lived in Mexico City, which was requested for months and that until now he had time to write.

About his interview for the also English chain of BBC News, said that this medium recorded different places and personalities of the Mexican capital, among which it was included.

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While your dialogue with The country, which adorns the cover of El País Semanal, pointed out that the reason was that his third anniversary as head of the Government of Mexico City is near.

“It has nothing to do with anything else but simply because it was communicating what we are doing in the City Government,” he said.

Finally, he flatly rejected the existence of any payment from the capital’s government for these interviews and publications to be carried out.

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