Vicente Fox explota y pide que enjuicien a AMLO por sus delitos

Las declaraciones del presidente Andrés Manuel López Obrador causaron efecto en el exmandatario, Vicente Fox Quesada.

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Two months ago I posted something about why it is essential for entrepreneurs to be first-class noticers. FYI, this term has nothing to do with the social stratification found in sociology. I borrowed the term "first-class noticer" from Saul Bellow's novel "The Actual." First-class noticers are people who pay close attention to what is happening around them, and they strive to understand what is happening around them in the world. They're curious. They're the ones who usually see things that others miss. They prefer to experience things with their own eyes rather than being told of what happened. They see the world differently. 🌍 I was a first-class noticer at the 2019 World Leaders Lecture Forum, which was sponsored by the Tanner Humanities Center. I attended this forum to hear the former president of Mexico, Vicente Fox. I wanted to listen to his views on U.S.-Mexico relations. Most importantly, I was curious to hear his opinion on the recent trilateral accord between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada to restructure NAFTA (The North American Free Trade Agreement), which is now labeled the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). It is noteworthy that #canada and Mexico are two of the largest steel exporters to the U.S. 🌍 Some people certainly like Vicente's charisma, his economic reforms implemented in #mexico , and his views on "free trade" and #humanism. Some of you don't like his increasingly tough stance & strong opposition to the current U.S. administration's foreign policy. No matter where you stand on the political spectrum, I think that you will find Vicente's story interesting and inspiring. "He began his career at Coca-Cola Mexico as a delivery truck driver and route supervisor and rose to become its president and oversee its Latin American operations. He entered public service with election to the federal Chamber of Deputies and then as Governor of Guanajuato. He served as President of Mexico from 2000 to 2006" (@tannerhumanitiescenter ). 🌍 Anyway, considering the heated rhetoric surrounding tariffs and the ongoing trade disputes between countries, how does the future of "free trade" look to you? 🌍 🌍 #international #entrepreneur #business #trade #economy

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El originario de San Cristóbal de las Casas lanzó una fuerte declaración en contra del morenista por su iniciativa de llevar a juicio a los expresidentes.

“Esperamos que se consulte a los ciudadanos si quieren que se someta a juicios a los expresidentes del periodo neoliberal, para que no se esté manipulando a la gente”, dijo AMLO en conferencia.

Ante esta situación, el expresidente Vicente Fox dio a conocer su postura al respecto de las declaraciones del actual mandatario.

En redes sociales se ha abierto un debate al respecto, pues muchos aseguran que eso no es lo que Andrés Manuel prometió en campaña.

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Así es como Vicente Fox responde a las amenazas de AMLO sobre la consulta ciudadana

Por medio de su cuenta de Twitter el exmandatario panista dio a conocer su postura sobre la decisión de López Obrador de enjuiciar a los expresidentes.

“Todos coludos o todos rabones, tú también vas a juicio por delitos”, expresó Vicente Fox.

En su lista incluyó hechos como “usar la fuerza militar, 5 mil muertos y 175 quemados vivos, Fobaproa del NAIM, crimen ambiental del Tren Maya y Dos Bocas; así como por ‘reventar Pemex”, aseveró.

En redes sociales los usuarios se han dedicado a burlarse de la manera en la que Fox respondió al actual presidente.

“No te preocupes Vicente en la cárcel siempre habrá alguien que te invite un toque de hierba para tus reumas y lagunas mentales. La verdad es que ¿y si mejor te defendías con pruebas que no tejiste el fraude electoral del 2006? A si, no puedes por que si lo hiciste”, dijo un usuario.

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