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Pemex widows deliver a letter to AMLO asking him to attend to their demands

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Widows and orphans of Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) workers called on the government of the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to address their claim about their rights to pensions and lifelong widowhood and orphanhood health services.

A group of 20 older adults, from different parts of the Republic, met in Mexico City to request justice, as they denounced that since 1973 Pemex and federal governments have denied them their rights to receive pensions and health services.

With blankets, the women demanded that IMSS and Pemex public servants who “discriminate against widows” be investigated and punished.

Pemex widows deliver letter to AMLO

Sheltered by the Federal Coalition of Oil Workers, they sent a message to the government arguing that the search for justice had come to an end, “given our advanced age and deteriorating health.”

Last Tuesday, before the presidency of the Republic, they appeared to deliver a letter to López Obrador and ask him “with the powers that he has, to order the IMSS, so that it in turn orders Pemex to can give pensions.”

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