Carolyn Adams, wife of José Ramón López Beltrán, son of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, confirmed that the couple attended the Mexican Formula 1 Grand Prix that took place this weekend at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez.
Through her social networks, Adams clarified that she and José Ramón attended the event, but with free courtesies at the event. “For false comments like these, I check the following,” wrote López Beltrán’s wife, who shared an image with the accreditation they were carrying where she says “Courtesy. Price: $0.00.”
Carolyn Adams worked for 15 years at British Petroleum in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. In 2016 she traveled to Mexico to work as a “lobbyist” for Cava Energy, a supplier to Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex).
Since before she had Salomón, AMLO’s only grandson, Carolyn demonstrated her taste for luxury and waste on social networks. In this regard, the President has limited himself to pointing out that “the lady has money and she has nothing to do with the government,” in reference to her daughter-in-law and the life she leads with her son, José. Ramon Lopez Beltran.
AMLO criticizes Minister Pérez Dayán for attending the 2023 Mexican GP
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador criticized that the Minister of the SCJN, Alberto Pérez Dayan, attended the VIP (pit) area of the Mexican Grand Prix and with a Rolex watch, last weekend.
“Yesterday (Sunday) I saw a minister who goes to the sport of F1, that’s good, but the minister is there, he doesn’t go to the gallery, to the stands where you only hear the noisenot to the special area and he leaves with a Rolex, worth two million pesos.” The cost of the tickets to the pit area cost 7 thousand pesos on average.
President López Obrador’s criticism occurs in the debate on the elimination of 13 trusts from the Judicial Branch of the Federation, strikes and mobilizations against this measure taken by the Legislative Branch.