8. Javier May
For the inauguration of the Mayan Train, the head of the National Fund for the Promotion of Tourism (Fonatur), Javier May, will capture the spotlight.
And that is due to the construction of more than 1,500 kilometers is one of the flagship works of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
In 2022, the Felipe Ángeles International Airport and the Dos Bocas refinery were inaugurated, but the Mayan Train is still missing, a work that has been highly criticized and against which various injunctions have been filed to stop its construction.
At the beginning of this 2022, the president changed Javier May from the Welfare Secretariat to the management of Fonatur.
9. Lorenzo Cordova
The president counselor of the National Electoral Institute (INE) will leave his position on Tuesday, April 4, 2023 after 12 years of having been part of the electoral referee.
The also academic of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) arrived on December 15, 2011 at the then Federal Electoral Institute (IFE), and three years later he became the president of the institute.
“The INE is not touched”, this is how the march in defense of the INE was experienced in CDMX
10. Luis Donaldo Colosio Riojas
For the mayor of Monterrey, 2023 is key to his political future, since this year he will define whether he will seek the presidential candidacy for Movimiento Ciudadano to contest the 2024 elections.
“My heart tells me that perhaps this moment is to make a good reflection and dedicate myself to working during the following year, so that both the results and the people and above all Diosito, make the right decision for us,” he said a few weeks ago.