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Journalist exposes the juicy business of AMLO’s former driver and his sons

by Yucatan Times
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One of the former collaborators of president Andrés Manuel López Obrador who has benefited the most during his administration is Nicolás Mollinedo, the president’s driver when he was head of the Government of Mexico City.

Recently, an investigation presented by Carlos Loret de Mola in his Latinus newscast revealed that the sons of AMLO’s former driver have a tourist park that has 27 acres and is located right in front of the Tulum station of the Mayan Train which is currently being built in the southeast of Mexico.

It is known that when Mollinedo was López Obrador’s driver, he had a salary of 63,000 pesos per month. The salary of “Nico”, as Mollinedo is known, caused a scandal in the administration of the head of government of the country’s capital.

After driving AMLO’s car, which at that time was a non-expensive white Nissan Tsuru, Mollinedo got a position as director of Solid Waste Collection and Treatment, in 2015, in the then Cuauhtémoc delegation, when Ricardo Monreal, another of the president’s collaborator, was in charge.

In 2021, Mollinedo formally entered politics with the Más por México movement, which he sought to integrate as a political party.

Currently, “Nico” defines himself as a businessman, a lover of charrería, horses, and classic and sports cars, as well as a great baseball fan, “always following the latest results and statistics of the LMB (Mexican Baseball League).)”, it is stated on his website, where he has a biography.

He claims to feel a great passion for the environment, which is why, together with his friend Mauro Soto, he founded the Civil Association of the Social Environmental Movement of Mexico, which works throughout Mexico.

According to a report presented by Loret de Mola, right in front of the Sac Antún tourist park, owned by Mollinedo’s sons and ex-wife, the Tulum station of the Mayan Train is being built, which significantly increases the value of the place.

Nicolás, Samuel, and Issac René Mollinedo, sons of López Obrador’s former driver, are the owners of the tourist park.

The park has 27 acres, has a cenote, and is equipped with showers, palapas, a food area, bathrooms, and a commercial space for snorkel rentals; The entrance ticket to the site has a value of 500 pesos per person.

Latinus’ investigation showed that the park is already in operation and is managed by the company Preservación Ecológica Sac Actun S.A de C.V., which is owned by Lydia Ester Portilla Mánica, ex-wife of Nicolás Mollinedo, as well as his brother Jorge Alberto Portilla Manica.

In addition, the company administrators would be the three sons of AMLO’s former driver. The property measures 665 thousand square meters, which would be an area seven times larger than the archaeological zone of Tulum and close to the dimensions of Xcaret, one of the largest tourist parks in the region.

Nicolás Mollinedo’s sons, better known as “Nico”, took possession of the property in October 2018, two months after AMLO, now president-elect, announced the construction of the Mayan Train.

Nicolás Mollinedo Portilla, the eldest son of “Nico”, explains the investigation of the medium in which Loret de Mola collaborates, received the land in 2018 as a donation from his uncle César Augusto Portilla Mánica. In December of that year, the Sac Actun Ecological Preservation Company was appointed as administrator of the park until 2025.

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