Wednesday, February 1, 2023

AMLO, named as ‘tyrant of the year’ for the attack. Freedom of expression

magazine index on censorshipDirected by Ruth Anderson, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador nominated to be tyrant of the year, to try against Freedom of expressionThis is due to the number of votes it receives on its website.

AMLO has been nominated along with 12 other candidates. It is the first time that a Mexican president appears on this list and is that in 2022, 17 journalists were murdered, but the government only recognized 13.

One of AMLO’s most recent attacks on the press was when he pointed out that the armed attack against Ciro Gómez Leyva could have been a self-inflicted attack to influence his movement.

“What Obrador sees as a war against the elite, We see this as a war against journalists And ultimately against free speech,'” said Nick Williams, Index’s policy and campaigns officer.

Which other leaders have been nominated?

  • Xi Jinping, de China.
  • Ali Khamenei from Iran.
  • Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Qatar.
  • Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea.
  • Vladimir Putin of Russia.
  • Min Aung Hlaing, from Burma.
  • Alexander Lukashenka, from Belarus.
  • Daniel Ortega, from Nicaragua.
  • Kim Jong-un, from North Korea.

The results will be declared a few days after January 9, 2023, when the voting ends.

You can vote here

These were the first three places in the 2021 ballot:

  • Recep Tayyip Erdogan from Turkey.
  • Xi Jinping, de China.
  • Bashar al-Assad of Syria.

Peru demands “slips” AMLO: Pedro Castillo’s dismissal was a coup of conservatism

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador ignored the demand from Peru’s prime minister and reiterated his criticism of the appointment of Dina Boluarte as president, a move he considers a coup by the conservative sector.

“We have already given our point of view, we stand by one thing, that it was a Coup of conservatism in PeruFrom Peruvian bosses who, like conservatives in Mexico and other countries, are classist, racist and very corrupt,” he remarked when questioned on the subject.

According to the president, former President Pedro Castillo had a similar fate to him in Mexico, a country where power groups make “life impossible” for governments elected by the majority of people not to serve as instruments facilitating theft and looting. Let’s make it”.

“Here we are the victims but fortunately the majority of Mexicans are aware and no longer want an oligarchy to continue to rob, impoverish and harm our people,” he said.

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