The governors of the Federalist Alliance agreed to carry out an exchange of medicines among themselves, after considering that the supply from the federal government has been insufficient.
Through Twitter, the leaders announced that they analyzed the fiscal closing of the year and agreed exchanges on health matters, in a meeting held in Michoacán and in which Silvano Aureoles, Javier Corral, Francisco Cabeza de Vaca, Miguel were present Riquelme and Enrique Alfaro.
Representatives of the rest of the governors who are members of the Alliance were also present at the meeting, an organization that broke away from the National Conference of Governors (Conago) and that last week threatened the federal government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador with leaving the pact federal.
The governments of Aguascalientes, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Colima, Durango, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacán, Nuevo León and Tamaulipas participate in this Alliance.
They also asked that they not be labeled “conservative or neoliberal,” which are two of the qualifiers that the president most often uses to refer to groups or governments he considers his opponents.
“Neither conservative nor neoliberal; we are democratically elected representatives of our peoples, and we are committed to the progress and well-being of # Mexico. Without politics or confrontation we will advance in the dialogue towards a more just, equitable and competent nation,” they published on social networks .
Last week, the leaders had warned that they are not willing to tolerate more abuses and that, if they do not establish firm and respectful bridges between their governments and that of the head of the Federal Executive, the raison d’être of the federal pact will be put at risk.