Gentlemen I have been waiting thirty five years for electricity for my hotel on the coast of broken dreams in xcalak qroo. I’m not alone there are seven other hotels and forty private homes just of foreigners that retired hear . I’m currently paying one hundred and eight pesos per hour in diesel when my solar is not putting out energy. Five governors have promessed all of us electric but so far not one has made an effort to fallow threw. Me Presedent thirty five years is a long time to wait for electricity, it’s now 2019 and no movement Please address this urgent problem thank you
HE APPEARS TO BE DOING SOME VERY SILLY THINGS WITH HIS "CONSULTATION VOTES". THE AVERAGE CITIZEN IS CLUELESS WHETHER MEXICO NEEDS ANOTHER AIRPORT ETC.. HE NEEDS TO LEARN TO BE THE PEOPLES LEADER, NOT THEIR BEST FRIEND.
His current performance seems to be draining the economy with increased wages for hundreds of thousands of workers (long overdue) and bonuses for teachers which can only result in price increases. He's bailing Pemex out with billions and the fuel theft continues as well as the rampant corruption.
I’m worried he will get killed as the Mexican Government Mafia and the private Mafia are trying to eliminate him. He has too many enemies and they are planning how to get rid of him right now!
Seems very honest and hard-working. Hope he surrounds himself with ethical and intelligent people.
To early to know He has the right ideas But No plan on how to implement them
Ittle bit like Trump lot of talk But big buts and ifs Also millions doing what they always have been doing The change has to come from the people People made the mess people have to clean up He alone can Not do it .
AMLO is an embarrassment to Mexico. His political theatrics will hurt Mexico and our people. I don’t think he is a bad person, just clueless.
AMLO is certainly to be commended for taking strong action against the cartels and pipeline thefts. Keep up the good work! But, wow! How about having an action plan prepared for implementation the next time? For the lack of fuels, people couldn’t drive their cars; taxi drivers couldn’t earn a living, commerce was abruptly curtailed.
It was winter in December. People couldn’t get LP gas to heat their homes, heat their water and cook their meals.
He is more honest than anyone we Texans have in Austin. But I worry very much about his safety.
He is honest and his heart is in the right place, but I think cancelling the new airport will soon prove to be a huge mistake, and he needs to get tough with the striking hoodlums---I mean teachers.