Alexander Gertz ManorRepublican attorneys general were among those absent from Monday’s meeting between the presidents’ cabinets Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador why Joe Biden,
from the mexican side, the official safety cabinetAs Rosa Isela RodriguezSecurity Secretary; Luis Crescent Sandoval GonzalezSecretary of National Defense, and Jose Rafael Ojeda DuranSecretary of the Navy.
also attended the meeting Merrick GarlandThe Attorney General of the United States, ie Gertz Manero’s ‘counterpart’ in Joe Biden’s cabinet.
Why was Gertz Manero not in the National Palace?
“Prosecutor Gertz had an activity yesterday and today (…) we did not inform him in time that the US prosecutor was coming because later decided to joinIt is a logical issue,” Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said in an interview. radio thread,
The Foreign Secretary said that he did not have enough time in advance to attend the Prosecutor’s event. According to Ebrard, Gertz wanted to raise at the meeting control on import of precursors for the manufacture of medicines.
“From what I saw, I would say, the prosecutor was satisfied, interested in what is being done, which is mainly the control of the pioneers, preventing their passage, and second, keep the platform simple To control the economic activities of the companies importing and exporting these precursors”, he said.
Even then, financial He requested information on Prosecutor Gertz Manero’s agenda for Monday. the answer you got is The officer had no fixed schedule,
America has Gertz Manero ‘in its sights’
Journalist Raymundo Riva Palacio revealed in April 2022 that US authorities were investigating prosecutor Gertz Manero, although he clarified that “it is not clear whether which department or agencyare in charge of the investigation.
“Nor is it known whether the lines of inquiry have been added to the official investigation on the basis of parallel complaintsSuch as those presented against him by the children of his niece Alejandra Cuevas in the United States”, says Riva Palacio.
The columnist cited Alonso Castillo Cuevas, who in April 2022 sent a letter to US senators accusing the prosecutor of extortion.