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Investigative report by Latinus exposed a corruption network involving AMLO’s sons with Army General Gustavo Vallejo

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The Latinus Report: Allegations of corruption that involve President López Obrador’s sons with high-rank officials of the SEDENA.

Recently, the media outlet Latinus has published a series of investigative reports alleging the involvement of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s sons and their associates with high-ranking officials of the Mexican Army.

The reports suggest that close acquaintances of Andrés López Beltrán, one of the President’s sons, have allegedly benefited from federal contracts worth 100 million pesos during López Obrador’s administration. The beneficiaries, including Alejandro Castro Jiménez Labora and the Jiménez Labora Prieto brothers, were linked to López Beltrán through photographs from social events where they appeared together.

These contracts were reportedly awarded to three companies sharing the same address in Mexico City. The companies, AZ Gerencia de Proyectos, Organismo Promotor Logístico, and VEA Arquitectos, are said to have received contracts from the National Water Commission (Conagua) and the Secretariat of Agrarian, Territorial, and Urban Development (Sedatu).

The projects involved work on lands where the Texcoco International Airport was to be located, a project later cancelled by President López Obrador. The lands are now being developed into an ecological park and the new General Agrarian Archive.

In response to these allegations, President López Obrador has vehemently denied any wrongdoing by his sons. He stated in a press conference that his sons “are not corrupt” and urged them to withstand the accusations and avoid any provocations. He further dismissed the reports by Latinus and Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity (MCCI) as baseless.

The Latinus reports have stirred controversy and sparked a heated debate about corruption and influence peddling within the Mexican government. Journalist Carlos Loret de Mola, who has been at the forefront of these investigations, responded to the President’s denials by insisting that the evidence presented in the reports cannot be dismissed.

As the debate continues, the public awaits further developments and clarity on these serious allegations. The Latinus reports have underscored the importance of investigative journalism in holding public officials accountable and ensuring transparency in government dealings.

AMLO’s sons corruption network with Mexican Army General Gustavo Vallejo

In the most recent report by Latinus, a network of corruption involving the sons of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) and General Gustavo Ricardo Vallejo of the Secretaría de la Defensa Nacional (SEDENA) has been exposed.

The report reveals that AMLO’s sons, Andy and Gonzalo “Bobby” López Beltrán, along with their associate Amílcar Olán, have been implicated in a corruption scheme involving the Maya Train project. The scheme allegedly involves bribing military engineers to inflate the price of freight and charge for more stone than is actually delivered.

General Vallejo, a trusted confidant of Luis Cresencio Sandoval, Secretary of Defense, and President Lopez Obrador is also implicated in the scandal. He is said to have met with Olán, who sold thousands of cubic meters of ballast for the Maya Train.

This revelation has sent shockwaves through the Mexican political landscape, raising serious questions about the integrity of those in power. The full extent of this corruption network is yet to be uncovered.

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