AMLO denies pushing Azucena Uresti to leave Milenio for Latinus

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President López Obrador has been accused of censorship, but he denies it and says that media workers have freedom. The controversy arose when Azucena Uresti was fired from the media Milenio, but the company clarified that it was for a different reason. The president suggested that Uresti wanted to work for the Latinus portal, which is known for criticizing his administration. He also mentioned that Uresti worked for another broadcast network, which he claims he didn’t know about because he doesn’t have time to listen to radio programs or watch news on TV.

López Obrador wishes Uresti success in her new project, as well as for other journalists who criticize his government. He criticized Uresti’s explanation for her departure from Milenio, suggesting that she implied he had asked the company to take action against her for questioning his administration. However, he denies ever doing that.

The president’s comments have sparked controversy and accusations of censorship. However, he maintains that media workers have freedom and that he has never tried to influence any media company’s decisions. He also claims that Uresti’s position has always been against his administration, and that she wanted to work for Latinus because they pay well and are known for criticizing his government.

Despite the controversy, López Obrador stands by his statement that media workers have freedom and that he has never tried to influence any media company’s decisions. He also wishes Uresti success in her new project, as well as for other journalists who criticize his government. He denies ever trying to censor or influence media workers and maintains that freedom of the press is guaranteed.

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