Friday, September 29, 2023

From AMLO’s driver to 4T businessman: the ”Nico” family, beneficiaries of the Mayan Train

Latinus showed on Tuesday night the family businesses of Nicolas Mollindo Bastar former driver of Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) when he head of the government of Mexico City who is the owner of a land of 645 thousand square meters which is located in front of what will be the Mayan Train station in Tulum.

Isabella González’s report shows that the federal government construction of Tulum station next to the tourist park owned by amilia Mollindo Portilla and managed by “Nico’s” three children: Nicholas, Samuel and Isaac René.

The land has a cenote, shower, palapas, food area, bathroom and commercial space for renting snorkels; where an entry of 500 pesos per guest is paid. However, said park, which has already generated profit for the family, as well as other businesses registered under the same name of Preservación Ecológica Sac Actún SA de CV; It occupies only a small percentage of the 64 hectares that make up the land.

Nicolás, the eldest son of López Obrador’s former driver, took over the estate in October 2018. two months after the president announced the construction of the Mayan Train.

“The owners of the Sac Actún Ecological Preservation company that manages the park are Lydia Esther Portilla Mánica, ex-wife of “Nico”, and her brother Jorge Alberto Portilla Mánica, now general secretary of the Council in the City of Tulum,” the reporter quoted. .

On his part, Samuel, the second son of Mollindo Bastar, is city ​​councilor of Benito Juárez (Cancún)where he is the president of the Urban Development and Mobility Commission in this town of Quintana Roo.

The report also shows how the family of Nicolás Mollindo Bastar obtained important political positions, thanks to their friendship and activism around the image of AMLO.

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