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• He denies that this government is engaging us in commercial and diplomatic disputes with our main partners.
• “This ideological and authoritarian outrage could cost the people of Mexico between 10 and 30 billion dollars” – Jorge Romero.
PAN’s coordinator of federal duties, Jorge Romero, issued his position regarding the process initiated by the United States and later joining Canada to force Mexico to comply with the Trade Agreement on Energy, the same as President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. did less and even joked.
“In his repeated habit of breaking the law and failing to comply with the many agreements signed by Mexico, the president is joining us, free of charge, to continue with him, in a problem of vast dimensions with our main trading partners. Wrong and regressive energy policy, a clear sign of the authoritarianism of his government,” he said.
When asked what could have triggered this dispute, the coordinating deputy noted that this could represent a cost of billions of dollars to our country, which would be reflected in tariffs on the products we export to the north of the continent. We do.
“If it is determined that Mexico continues to unfairly favor Pemex and CFE, tariffs could be imposed on the products that Mexico exports between $10 and $30 billion, which would cost the Dos Bocas refinery. or nearly six times the cost of the infamous Santa Lucia airport,” he said.
The deputy also alleged that the current government officials agreed to renegotiate the trade deal between Mexico, the United States and Canada, which is tarnishing Mexico’s image in the world. .
“This problem would not exist if the same government officials agreed in the renegotiation of the trade agreement between the 3 countries were complied with. It sets a very bad precedent for our country and calls into question the reputation of Mexico.”
Jorge Romero also ironed out the allegations, once again made of “traitors” who are concerned about the situation, calling for a fix of the current administration’s energy policy.
“The ruling party once again calls for traitors who disagree with it and who care about the costly problem that is dragging us down. They are the ones who are betraying their word by not following it as per their consent,” he alleged.
The coordinator Jorge Romero concluded by noting that we still have time for the right course and that it is still possible to get on track for a true energy transition in favor of the environment and health of Mexico.
“The only good thing about all of this is that we still have time to reorient our nation’s energy policy to benefit the health of millions of Mexican men and women and the protection of the environment, a task that requires We at Acción Nacional are highly committed. The President himself has mentioned several times in the past that it is wise to change his mind, so I invite him to put his words into practice,” he concluded.