Guido Croxatto, an Argentine lawyer representing former President Pedro Castillo, met with the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) to discuss the defense of the professor from Cajamarca.
“Guido Croxatto, President Pedro Castillo’s lawyer, visited me. I agree with him that defending Castillo is defending justice, not just for one man, but for an entire people. I hope the UN comes out of its lethargy,” wrote the Mexican president.
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As is known, AMLO has defended the former president on several occasions, calling the President of the Republic, Dina Boluarte, a usurper, and even refusing to transfer the presidency of the Pacific Alliance (AP) to Peru, despite the fact that it corresponded to him.
In this regard, it is necessary to indicate that Peru will receive the PA mandate in August, because it was transferred from Mexico to Chile, according to the Foreign Ministry.
The president considers that the demonstrations cause the stagnation of the economy, the delay and the paralysis of tourism. https://t.co/0Aqu1JEBll
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