“We have a lot of respect for President Boric. We respect all presidents, especially in his case one who comes from a left-wing movement. Of course, he is completely free to express himself.” said Lopez Obrador.
President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO), He said he “respects” the president’s statement this Friday. Gabriel Bolick in the Mexican Senate.
There, the Chilean president criticized his silence in the face of the crisis in Nicaragua and sexist violence in Mexico.
Journalists asked the Mexican president at his daily press conference about Boric’s remarks at Thursday’s solemn Senate session.
Borik then said: ‘Latin America cannot sit still’ It faced human rights violations in the region and unequivocally condemned the situation. “political prisoner” in Nicaragua.
“We cannot stand by in the face of the crisis Haiti is going through. We cannot stand by in the face of political prisoners in Nicaragua,” he said.
Opposition senators in attendance interpreted the statement as a criticism of the López Obrador government for failing to condemn the Nicaraguan crisis.
Additionally, Bolick explains: “Brutal” Eleven women are murdered every day in Mexico.
“Eleven women are brutally murdered here in Mexico every day. We must fight this violence together, not let it become natural.” Appeared.
the president of mexico “Respect” Borik’s opinion, no further mention.
Boric visited Mexico for three days and met with López Obrador at the National Palace on Wednesday to strengthen cooperation between the two Pacific Alliance partners.
according to their beliefs.
Borik SI represents the democratic left that wants consistency. https://t.co/dr1vNzPUGJ
— Emilio Alvarez Icaza Longoria (@EmilioAlvarezI) November 25, 2022
Nicaraguan ‘political prisoners’ accuse Boric in Mexican Senate
In his speech to the Mexican Senate, Boric made a clear condemnation of the situation in Latin America, declaring that “Latin America must not remain silent” in the face of human rights violations in the region. “political prisoner” in Nicaragua.
This was stated by Boric in a speech at the solemn session of the Mexican Senate on the last day of his official visit to Mexico.
“I have learned that when human rights are violated in a Latin American town, we must not remain silent. It is heartbreaking to feel in the hearts of Latin America that Mexico is united with us,” the president said. .
this is, “Generous welcome” Chilean exile after the 1973 coup.
“We cannot stand by in the face of the crisis Haiti is going through. We cannot stand by in the face of political prisoners in Nicaragua.” Borik added.
He also said that both Chile and Mexico “Also” They suffered from incidents of human rights violations.