The head of government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, said that she will not enter into controversy with the governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro, who, through photographs from last weekend, compared the handling of the pandemic in his state and in the capital of the country.
“I am not going to enter into conflict with him, he has a style in which he is interested in entering into conflict, we are not going to enter into that debate, we have worked in a very responsible way in the face of the pandemic. What we are going to say is one thing, in Mexico City democracy and freedoms, in a pandemic and without a pandemic are principles, there are those who prefer to use coercive, authoritarian measures and we are not of that idea. This city is libertarian, it is a city of rights, democratic ”, he mentioned.
Sheinbaum Pardo said she is proud of those who live in the capital, and to mitigate the spread of covid-19, her government’s commitment, she said, is education, dissemination and citizen participation.
This Monday on his Twitter account, Alfaro wrote “In the two main cities of the country, on a high-risk weekend, when the virus is gaining strength throughout Mexico, this is the difference between making difficult decisions to do things well, even if it has political costs, and to do nothing ”.
The text is accompanied by photographs of the Guadalajara Center and the Historic Center of Mexico City; the former look completely empty, while in the others the presence of citizens is evident.
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