After four years, the morenista Jaime Bonilla Valdez returned to the Chamber of Senators this Wednesday, and in his first speech from the rostrum, he already caused noise with controversial statements.
And it is that the former governor of Baja California launched himself against his successor in the entity, Marina del Pilar Ávila, because before the Permanent Commission he pointed out her as responsible for the drug violence registered last weekend in cities like Tijuana.
Bonilla assured that the burning of more than 20 vehicles in the state was an act coordinated by the organized crime cartels as a claim to the state government for “breaching the agreements.” In addition, she described the president as a politician without a job, without experience and who occupies a PAN security scheme, thanks to her husband Carlos Torres, a former federal deputy of that party.
“They try to confuse us that the Baja California issue was the same as what happened in Guanajuato and Jalisco, it is not true […] What happened in Baja California had to have been a prior agreement between the cartels, the CJNG made a claim to the governor with a huge blanket with particular markings, where it tells her that it violated the agreement, it never happened in my government and in my government never had an incident where they burned more than 20 units”
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