The PAN will fight because the 2023 budget favors the fight against violence

The PAN will fight because the 2023 budget favors the fight against violence

Within the framework of the 2022 national consultation tour for the reform of statutes and the political action program, which takes place in Morelia, Michoacán, he stressed that the PAN will continue to denounce everything that is wrong with the federal government, “even if the president is upset of the Republic”.

This, added the partisan leader, since “the country got out of hand, he has the country on fire from north to south, from east to west, although he denies it, that we are in the worst indicators of violence in the history of Mexico, with more homicides and femicides than ever.

In contrast, Cortés Mendoza said that the National Action governments are the ones that do attract investment and generate better-paid jobs for their people, that is why it is not by chance that people want to go to Querétaro, Guanajuato or Aguascalientes, because where the PAN governs there are better conditions to live, to find a job, and that is their letter of introduction to the citizens.

“That is the contrast that we always want to tell people: that there is another for Mexico and that this other is with Acción Nacional, that we are the alternative, that we are the option, that we take on the challenge that, without blaming the past, faces responsibility in the present and governs giving the best results for the country”, he detailed.

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