“Vulgar populist”: Javier Lozano attacks AMLO for alleged salary hike

U.S.A."Vulgar populist": Javier Lozano attacks AMLO for alleged salary...

Poblano has been one of the strongest critics against the president (Photos: Cuartoscoro)

after the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador ,Amlo) commented that he sees a viable increase in the minimum wage, former Labor Secretary, Javier Lozano placeholder image According to information submitted by, Alarcon criticized his prediction after the rise in inflation in the country National Institute of Statistics and Geography ,INEGI,

Through his official Twitter account, Poblano disqualifies presidential announcements And dubbed it “obscene” and “populist”.

“Oral. Maintain inflation pressure. porn populist, #AMLOFracaso”, Lozano Alarcón insisted.

(Photo: Twitter/@JLozanoA)
(Photo: Twitter/@JLozanoA)

During his morning conference call from Zacatecas, López Obrador emphasized his forecast 6% GDP Growth 2021 despite revealing this Thursday that the economy contracted 0.4% in the quarter from July to September.

“Yes (the salary will be reviewed), because does not affectWhich was used to deceive people. Corrupt and incompetent technocrats have been speaking for over 30 years that They could not increase the salary due to rising inflation and this is a lieThis inspired us to make the minimum wage in Mexico one of the lowest in the world,” the president said.

The chief executive’s statement came hours after INEGI bottom corrected Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures for the third quarter. The Institute reported that GDP declined in the quarter by 0.4%, which exceeded the time estimate of 0.2%. Which has already been released on 29 October. In the original figures, Mexican GDP grew 4.5% Consolidated growth of 6.1% year-on-year in the third quarter and first nine months of the year, in line with official forecasts.

López Obrador reported that there is a pay increase (Photo: Presidency)
López Obrador reported that there is a pay increase (Photo: Presidency)

Notwithstanding the information furnished by the Institute, López Obrador was confident and convinced that the economy was “growing”.,

,The economy is growing and the forecast will be fulfilled That we’re going to grow by 6 percent (…) there are several indicators and I think formal jobs creation is the best, and another that helps to know what’s happening in what context economic growth is of foreign investment, and there is a record in both the cases,” he insisted, “in this regard the President said.

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With regard to the recovery and creation of jobs, the chief executive stressed that “not so many workers have registered with Social Security“, as he argued. figure exceeded what you had before Health crisis due to COVID-19.

López Obrador was confident and confident that the economy would grow (Photo: EFE / Presidency of Mexico)
López Obrador was confident and confident that the economy would grow (Photo: EFE / Presidency of Mexico)

,We’re about to reach the 21 million workers enrolled in Social SecurityThat’s why I speak of ‘V’. We fell with the pandemic at 1,500,000 jobs, we’ve already recovered 1,500,000 jobs and we’re at like 400,000,” he said.

The President also pointed out that the foreign direct investment that has been collected responds to over $24,831 million So far this year “a record number.” Similarly, he highlighted the remittances received in the country, which totaled $37,334 million in the first nine months of the year, representing an increase of 24.6% compared to the same period in 2020.

“In recent times, remittances have increased, the more it is needed, the more support they are sending to their relatives (immigrants in the United States),” he said.

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