“Farsante”: Javier Lozano condemns “espionage” by AMLO and his government

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The PAN returned to confront the Mexican President (Photo: Cuartoscuro/Andrés Manuel López Obrador)
The PAN returned to confront the Mexican President (Photo: Cuartoscuro/Andrés Manuel López Obrador)

Former head of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs (STPS), Javier Lozano Alarcón, opposed President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) and allegedly accused him Spy on opponents and journalists.

Through his official Twitter account, the candidate for the nomination for the governorship of Puebla through the National Action Party (PAN) called the Mexican president a ‘fraud’by not accepting that the privacy of some social groups may have been invaded.

Likewiseironic with other statements given by the Tabascannotably when he denied that the possible consultation of citizens in order for the armed forces to continue to carry out security tasks is a consultation.

“The makers of the consultation, which is not a consultation but an exercise in citizen participation, are getting on their screens espionage that is not espionage but intelligence work. impostor‘ he wrote this Tuesday, October 4th.

PAN’s words came after it was revealed that the federal government had allegedly spied on at least two journalists and a human rights activist through malware; however, during the morning conference this Tuesday, Tabasco asserted that “It’s not espionage, it’s intelligence work.”

Faced with doubts from the media who were at the National Palace, the Mexican President denied the investigation was being conducted procedurethe Digital Rights Defense Network (R3D), political animal Y Aritegui Newsin which it was revealed that the Secretary of Defense (Sedena) a Software for spying on journalists and activists.

“It is not true that journalists and opponents are spied on. We are not the same as the previous (governments)”

In addition, Andrés Manuel used his time with the press to recall this early in his tenure pledged not to “spy on anyone”, for which he asked the applicants to submit the evidence to the relevant authorities.

In conclusion, the President of the Republic emphasized this his government would have no interest in spying on opposition figureslike the journalist Ricardo Raphael, who was one of those involved when the software was found on his phone, based on the information published.

AMLP denied spying on opponents, journalists or activists (Photo: Presidency of Mexico)
AMLP denied spying on opponents, journalists or activists (Photo: Presidency of Mexico)

It is worth remembering that this became known last Sunday, October 2nd Two journalists and a human rights defender were spied on with spyware during the current government, although President López Obrador has repeatedly stated that his government no longer uses these types of intrusion systems.

According to research entitled spy armythe government of the so-called Fourth Transformation (4T) repurposed a spyware program acquired during the tenure of Enrique Peña Nieto infect Ricardo Raphael’s phones between 2019 and 2021Miscellaneous media journalist political animal who asked to omit his name other than the activist Raimundo Ramos Vázquez.

According to the document, those affected have that in common They were spied on while they were working in relation to human rights abuses committed by the Bundeswehr.

“The results of this investigation show that the federal government has failed in its obligation to end illegal espionage in Mexico refute the theses on which the current government has based itself to deepen militarization in the country,” the text says.


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