There are many critics and opponents of Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s government, who wage daily battles from their trenches against the oppression of the government of Mexico, as is the case. Journalist, scientist and intellectual.
One of the staunchest critics of AMLO’s policies is Enrique Krause, now stood against the most recent presidential decree, of the morning, and other aspects of the self-styled fourth transformation.
via an interview with the newspaper universal, the historian assures that today “some very negative aspects of the old regime” can be traced back, and pointed out in particular “excessive concentration of power in the president“,
“More typical for a royal presidency than an institutional presidency,” Krause told journalist Yannet Aguilar Sosa.
Furthermore, he later insisted that decisions taken by the government The current events may be worrisome to the democratic life of the country, and may even be perceived as “dangerous”.
He specified in the sense that some of these policies could be “the Harassment of journalists, writers, academics, institutions and media Criticism of its management”.
“I am also referring to the case of INE. And now to the de facto end of transparency in the use of public money,” he continued.
And when faced with the question of the political use of history in Mexico’s presidents, Krause recognized that the country had “never had we have a president who claimed for himself many caudillos and the embodiment of presidents: now our near,” he said.
neither was morning conference By Andres Manuel, which takes place almost daily in the National Palace in front of the press. Krause considered it a part of polarization which is present in the country.
“Polarization, I believe, is a cancer that destroys us rapidly. It is present everywhere and at all times. It is found in squares, cafes, classrooms, social gatherings and even in families. is also within. Its greatest expression is in social networks and, unfortunately, Every morning that polarization is encouraged from the National Palace”, he explained to the newspaper universal,
In the end, he assured that Mexico is far from the landscape of totalitarianism Through López Obrador, he said, as happens, in countries such as Venezuela or Cuba, but he recognized that “redemptionism” and “populism” “end in constant mass disillusionment.”
But Krause has not been the only critic of recent presidential policies, as institutions, politicians, analysts and journalists have joined the claims in what is now known as a “decree.”
political scientist Denise DresserFor example, he has produced several publications that illustrate his position on the subject. During his last remarks, he assured that he violates the Constitution.
Above, after hating the columnist and author, wrote a tweet to criticize his appearance:
“Decree IV: @DeniseDresserG it is forbidden to use a bicycle and its derivatives causing visible damage”, wrote @Pedronndez1.
Given this, Dresser took advantage of an internet user’s joke to attack López Obrador:
,Brilliant ‘decree’. I agree with this, as it does not violate the constitutionIt doesn’t promote obscurity, it doesn’t deepen militarization, it doesn’t increase discretion and it generates public goods: avoid the visible damage to my feet,” he said.
Some of the other personalities who have raised their voice in public life are: Margarita Zavala, Javier Lozano, The Mexican for Corruption and Impunity, Claudio X. Gonzalez, Raymundo Riva Palacio and Xochital Galvez, to name a few.