He continued: “For the next 30 years they are going to have to pay 28,000 million pesos. (…) Those are the dirty businesses disguised as clean energy. The PAN leaders are involved in this great fraud and we come to tell you that on Monday We are going to file a criminal complaint.”
Said photovoltaic park and its operation, in charge of the company Next Energy del Centro, was built between 2019 and 2020 –when Teresa Jiménez held the position of municipal president in the state capital–; however, to date it does not operate. Despite this, since 2021 public resources have been allocated to pay the company.
The same businessmen obtained other contracts in the mayor’s office of Monterrey and in Baja California for the generation of solar energy under a model that commits long-term federal participation. In all three entities, the contracts have been questioned, while in Baja California the project was canceled and former public officials are being investigated for alleged crimes of corruption, including former Morenista governor Jaime Bonilla.
“They said that it was impossible, they said that this was a bastion of the right, they said that Morena did not enter here and they did not expect that we had a great woman who has inspired us, who has made us dream and who has made it possible for this 5 June, Morena conquers Aguascalientes and Nora is governor,” Delgado added, accompanied by slogans such as ‘six of six’, alluding to the six entities that are playing for the governorship this 2022.
Nora Ruvalcaba was also accompanied by the head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum; the Secretary of the Interior, Adán Augusto López; and the Secretary of Energy, Rocío Nahle. In addition to the governors of Michoacán, Baja California Sur and Chiapas; municipal presidents of various demarcations, as well as Ignacio Mier, coordinator of the Morena caucus in the Chamber of Deputies, among others.
“Nora Ruvalcaba is a woman who for many years, I know, walked hand in hand with our leader, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. (…) Today we are experiencing extraordinary moments in our country with the best president that Mexico has had in its modern history, Aguascalientes has everything, a good town, full of natural resources… but it has plenty of corruption,” said Sheinbaum, at the time who raised Ruvalcaba’s hand.
The event was attended by just over a thousand Morena followers, transported in passenger trucks and executive vans. Under the inclement sun, to the rhythm of popular music and slogans such as “it’s here, the one who is going to take out the PAN is here”, they waved their cherry flags and crowded together to get some proselytizing article with the name of the candidate and the acronym of the party calling itself the “fourth transformation”.