Espriú releases report in regards to helicopter crash

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Jiménez Espriú releases report in regards to helicopter crash
Jiménez Espriú was taken by surprise when President Andrés Manuel López Obrador affirmed that the report would be issued on December 23rd - Photo: Hilda Ríos/EFE
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Jiménez Espriú releases report in regards to helicopter crash

Yesterday, Javier Jiménez Espriú, the Communications and Transport Minister, was taken by surprise. We’ve been told that the report he presented in regards to the 2018 helicopter crash where Puebla Governor Martha Érika Alonso and her husband Rafael Moreno Valle died, was scheduled for December 24th. Nevertheless, Jiménez Espriú was taken by surprise when President Andrés Manuel López Obrador affirmed that the report would be issued on December 23rd. So Espriú didn’t have time to prepare and had to issue the report. In the end, the report didn’t contain new information.

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Bertha Luján wishes everyone peace and love

After months on internal quarrels at Morena, the head of the party’s National Council, Bertha Luján, is wishing everyone peace and love. The message was shared through social media, where Luján asked for “an opportunity to get together” and wished that 2020 “is a year where we can strengthen as the political and social force that the country needs to push the Fourth Transformation. The Morena member demanded that everyone contribute and commits to turning the Fourth Transformation into a reality.

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