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Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, rejection, State of the United States, human rights

López Obrador criticizes that the United States interferes in the internal life of countries

Mexico City, April 27.- The Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, reiterated his rejection of the recent report from the United States Department of State on human rights and pointed out that it is not their place to get involved in the internal life of another country.

“And, what do they have to do, with all due respect? Remove that rating. It doesn't belong to them. How are they going to get into the internal life of another country? It is a violation of the sovereignty of any people,” the president reaffirmed during his usual press conference.

“Do you know how much we spend to help with the migration phenomenon? Like two billion, three billion dollars a year. And we're not there doing the math or telling them: you're behaving well, huh. No more bringing the police into universities. Nothing about the fact that you are going to be financing wars, violating human rights,” he illustrated.

I hope they change, because that doesn't help them. We are already in different times, said López Obrador, who said he maintains a good relationship with the president, Joe Biden, and the vice president, Kamala Harris; But he pointed out that there are other US government officials with a different conception.

There are other officials who have a different conception, very arrogant, very attached to the old interventionist, interventionist policy and they do not change, said the president, when wondering who they are to issue recommendations on human rights.

He questioned the sources used in the report, in which Mexico is singled out for alleged violations of human rights, and the fact that they justify the disclosure of such a document with which the Senate of the neighboring nation decides who will be help and who doesn't.

The truth is that they have been without humanitarian aid to the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean for years, criticized the head of state, emphasizing that in recent decades Washington has focused on the military.

The 2023 report, issued unilaterally by the White House on other countries' human rights practices, was presented Monday by Secretary of State Antony Blinken. (Text and photo: PL)

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