Guadalajara, Jal. Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas Solórzano sees a country “with many lags still and without proposals to overcome the problems of employment, poverty, insecurity, low economic growth, environmental deterioration, all gender issues. I don’t see initiatives from those who should have them ”.
During the dialogue table “Equality versus freedom, freedom versus equality: is it possible to resolve the perennial tension?”, As part of the FIL Thought program of the Guadalajara International Book Fair, the moral leader of the Mexican left pointed out that the A government’s results are measured by its achievements.
“I have the impression that in the economic aspect we have not managed to reverse the trend that we have carried over four decades to here (…) violence is present throughout the country, the insecurity of people, families (.. .) I believe that this is what we have in these three years, beyond efforts that should be recognized, such as raising the minimum wage or seeking to subsidize deficiencies in different sectors of the population ”.
The affirmation of the historical leader of the Mexican left contrasted with what was said that same afternoon by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador in his message to the Nation, after three years of government.
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