Xóchitl Gálvez promises to put an end to huachicoleo in Puebla – El Sol de Mazatlán

Monday 1 April, 2024
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The coalition’s presidential candidate “Strength and Heart for México”, Xóchitl Gálvez spoke out against the theft of hydrocarbons in Puebla and promised to put an end to this crime that places the entity in first place nationally with the highest number of cases.

During his visit to the capital of Puebla to accompany Eduardo Rivera and Mario Riestra in their starts campaign for the governorship and municipal presidency of Puebla, respectively, the standard bearer of the opposition front at the national level stated that the state territory is a red light for this crime.

In this sense, he assured that with intelligence, strategy and economic resources will put an end to the theft of fuels such as gasoline and liquefied petroleum gas (LP), in case it reaches the National Palace.

After completing the campaign kick-off event, Xóchitl Gálvez declared before the media that the current federal government headed by Andrés Manuel López Obrador is “overlapping” this crime.

“Hidalgo and Puebla are states where huachicol is worse than ever, It is false that this government (Morena) fought the huachicol, the allies simply changed and this is something very delicate. “The police know it, the National Guard knows it and they do absolutely nothing.” he expressed.

In addition, He emphasized that this is not only the crime of illegal extraction of gasoline but also of LP gas, as well as theft from transporters that cross state territory.

At the same time, the presidential candidate regretted that the governments of Morena do nothing to combat fuel theft in Pemex pipelines. “It’s not just going to cut a pipeline, there is an entire distribution network, what’s more, today they even give an invoice to those who buy gasoline”.

Xóchitl Gálvez was questioned about the candidates supported by the Social Pact of Integration party (PSI) who allegedly have links to this crime, and responded that the authorities They must investigate the characters.

“I am not going to defend any character who is related to crime, regardless of the party,” he said.

Originally published in The Sun of Puebla

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Source: from El Sol de Mazatlán | Noticias Locales, Policiacas, sobre México, Sinaloa y el Mundo – frontpage on 2024-03-31 15:44:36

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