Mexico president complains US is funding opposition Lalrp


MEXICO CITY — Mexico President Andres Manuel López Obrador has once more complained to the US that the U.S. authorities is funding organizations against his administration, this time in a letter to President Joe Biden.

The letter was dated Tuesday, the identical day López Obrador met with a White Home official. The president made the same grievance in a diplomatic word two years in the past, simply earlier than a virtual meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris.

Within the letter, López Obrador states that the US Company for Worldwide Growth for a while has funded “organizations overtly against the authorized and legit authorities,” an act he described as “interventionist.”

“I’m certain that you simply have no idea about this subject and for that cause I respectfully request your appreciated intervention,” learn the letter, which López Obrador learn at his morning information briefing Wednesday.

USAID’s objectives for Mexico give attention to decreasing “impunity, crime and violence by constraining the operational area for organized crime in focused areas,” in line with its present growth technique.

The organizations that López Obrador has recognized as opposition embrace the native department of Article 19, a global freedom of expression group, which has been important of the variety of journalists killed in Mexico.

López Obrador met Tuesday with U.S. Homeland Safety adviser Liz Sherwood-Randall, to debate coordination forward of the end of U.S. asylum restrictions at their shared border.