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López Obrador announced the end of the ‘morning’ on December 28: “We no longer need to be reporting”

(Photo: Courtesy of the Presidency)
(Photo: Courtesy of the Presidency)

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, this Monday announced that he will no longer give morning lectures every day, but that it will be only one on Wednesdays and the information will be provided through communications.

“Well, it is December 28, today Monday we start the week, we will proceed as we report every Monday with who is who in the price of fuel.

Before giving the floor to Ricardo, inform that We are no longer going to have these meetings, these circular dialogues, these mornings, because there is more progress in information, In the majority of the information media in the country they are fulfilling their responsibility in a professional manner, there is certain truthful news, there is objectivity; so that we no longer need to be reporting every morning.

We are just going to have a weekly press conference, it will be on Wednesdays at 12 noon, and Jesús Ramírez, the government spokesman, will be releasing newsletters, as it was before, so that you can reproduce what is expressed in those bulletins, then this is going to be the last presentation, because next Monday there will be no morning, ”the Mexican president announced.

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