TLAXCALANTONGO, —The fight for inclusion, real equality, economic growth and the well-being of families is enduring in the current government of Puebla. Each action of the cabinet members is carried out to comply with the mandate of the Governor Sergio Salomon and the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to leave no one behind; said Olivia Salomone, the economy secretary, while leading the celebrations for the 103rd anniversary of Venustiano Carranza’s death in Tlaxcalantongo.
On behalf of the State Executive, the official insisted that the legacy of the native of Coahuila, who was murdered at dawn on May 21, 1920, remains in Puebla and the best tribute to protect the interests of the Mexican people Work with the same courage. , Because the change we are experiencing is a historical opportunity that we must take advantage of, find a way to address the historical gaps, the people of Puebla must respond.
With the presence of municipal and legislative officials, national committee president Venustiano Carranza, guests of Coahuila and the general public, the official said that in Mexico and Puebla we do not bow to anyone: “Among nations we have friends and we have business partners. But we do not accept any interference”.
Olivia Salomón recalls that Carranza laid the democratic foundations that distinguish our country from his call for an armed rebellion against Victoriano Huerta, to the declaration of the Constitution of 1917 with three essential articles for the independence and sovereignty of Mexico: 3, 27 and 123; as well as his rejection of an alliance with Germany.