In the shadow / Juan Pablo Sánchez Gálvez – El Sol de México

Yesterday Juan Pablo Sánchez Gálvez resigned from his position as Leader of the Youth Networks of the campaign Xochitl Galvez, who, as you already know from the scandal that arose with his video yesterday, is the son of Hidalgo’s politician. In the recording that exploded on networks and was the conversation that dominated in several spaces where politics is discussed in this country, the young man out of drinks can be seen insulting someone at the door of a club in Polanco. Juan Pablo came out to say that that was a year ago, that he will continue to support his mother, and that he is very sorry for his actions. For now, it was a strong blow for the strategists of the opposition presidential candidate.

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“I regret and apologize for the content of that video, a year ago, my son offered an apology,” he mentioned. Xochitl Galvez to the press before the event in Tlalnepantla, State of Mexico. After the dissemination of videos where Juan Pablo Sánchez Gálvez offends workers at a club, the candidate explained that her son has already apologized. “I took action and he apologized for where the events occurred; I have changed actions,” she said. She stated that these attacks seek to demoralize her.


In recent actions by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) of the United States Department of the Treasury, several companies and individuals were sanctioned for their relationship with illicit activities, specifically for supporting drug trafficking. Among the featured companies are SMART DEPOT, with branches in Culiacán, Mazatlán and Cancún, and BUFALUSS, located in Culiacán, Sinaloa. These entities have been designated on suspicion of providing financial, material or technological support to the Sinaloa Cartel.


Other companies sanctioned include DULCE VOLCAN and ROYAL ROOM DRESS, both located in Culiacán, Sinaloa, as well as CELULANDIA TALLER & STORE SLRC in San Luis Río Colorado, Sonora. These sanctions highlight the connection of these companies with individuals designated for their participation in drug trafficking, demonstrating the extensive network of economic and logistical support that facilitates drug trafficking operations in Mexico. The measure taken by OFAC involves the freezing of assets and the prohibition of commercial transactions with said entities, seeking to cut off the financial flows that support the criminal activities of the Sinaloa Cartel.


Some 300 health sector workers in Yucatán, hired by the failed Insabi, were notified by the federation of the termination of their employment contracts or their relocation outside that state. Hence, the PAN candidate for governor, Renan Barrerawill announce that, if they win the elections in June, all the dismissed doctors, nurses and orderlies will be rehired by the state government and measures will be taken to improve the conditions in which all the entity’s medical personnel work.


According to the list of the best evaluated mayors of coastal municipalities in the country, the mayor of Hermosillo, Sonora, Antonio Astiazarán, was positioned in first place in the first quarter of the year, with an approval of almost 60 percent. The aforementioned character, who will seek re-election in the next June elections, gained citizen acceptance because more than 173 million pesos have been invested to pay the public debt, the municipality’s income has increased by 70 percent and They increased the number of patrols in the city by around 300 percent.

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