Tamaulipas denounces CFE staff for the use of apocryphal documents to justify blackout

There were 10.3 million users of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) that went out of operation at 2:29 p.m. on Monday, December 28.

Mexico City, January 3 (However) .- The General Secretariat of Government of the State of Tamaulipas reported today that he presented to the State Attorney General’s Office a complaint of facts against whoever is responsible in the Federal electricity commission (CFE) for the use of apocryphal documents, which they were used to justify the blackout that affected millions.

“The CFE exhibited before the media an apocryphal document with the purpose of attributing to the State Coordination of Civil Protection a communication that never existed,” the authority said in a statement.

“The falsification of documents in this case is evident because: The exposed signature of the Director of Coordination with Municipalities is different from that of the state official. The same server never signed the letter presented; the format and arrangement of the logos incorporated in the document are different from those used by the State Coordination for Civil Protection; The description of the facts is false: Civil Protection did not participate in the aforementioned grassland fire, and the logs do not show any calls from CFE in the 911 emergency number, and the folio number is fraudulent as it does not coincide with the institutional series, besides that it lacks dispatch stamps ”, he explained.

“Given the evident lack of honesty and the commission of crimes in the preparation and dissemination of apocryphal documents, which was manifested in the press conference headed by the CFE, these behaviors must be investigated and the corresponding responsibilities should be defined, with the aim that the responsible are punished, “he added.

On December 30, the CFE explained that a fortuitous fire, under a transmission line in the state of Tamaulipas, caused a blackout that on Monday left 10.3 million inhabitants of the country without electricity.

There were 10.3 million users of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) that went out of operation at 2:29 p.m. on Monday, December 28.

On the same December 30, the General Coordination of Civil Protection of Tamaulipas ignored the official letter that the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) presented as proof of the fire that caused the blackout on December 30.

A day later, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reported that he had ordered an investigation to find out the causes that generated the blackout at the CFE facilities in Tamaulipas and thus end the “political argument.”

“That the investigation be done, how well they present the complaint so that an independent authority decides, resolves,” he said. During his press conference, the president said he believed that the controversy generated by the blackout has to do with an electoral political issue.

“What I believe is that it is an electoral political issue. Now with the fire or not, what caused the blackout, they are generating a whole argument because we have differences “, he considered.

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