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How many cases are there? AMLO denies that during his six-year term there were more journalists murdered than under Calderón: “I’m going to check it”

Felipe Calderón – AMLO (Photos: Cuartoscuro)

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador He assured that in his government there has been less murders of journalists that in the six-year term of Felipe Calderon (2006-2012), stating that it will even verify it at the time, without detailing the current number of cases registered since 2018.

In today’s La Mañanera, the president assured that a similar situation occurs regarding the assassinated candidateswhich will also clarify once the elections are over, stating that the speculations surrounding both issues are due to campaigns of handling by his adversaries.

“Don’t believe the lies, for example, from journalists, as soon as all this happens, we are going to make it known that it is even in bad taste, but nothing more to continue raising awareness and not to manipulate, no to manipulation.” Do you know in which government they murdered the most journalists? With Felipe Calderón, but we are going to prove it to them.

“And the same in the case of candidates, we are going to test them, but we are going to wait for all this to happen. Yes, be very careful, because they are desperate, nothing works for them and the proof is this, as a narco president, nothing, nothing, because they help me, they are promoters of our movement,” he said at the National Palace.

According to the organization Article 19, so far there have been 43 cases of journalists murdered since December 1, 2018.

On its website, the organization detailed that the most recent case is that of Ismael Villagómez Tapia, a photojournalist at El Heraldo de Juárez, in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.

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