The Secretary of Public Administration applauded that López Obrador stigmatized the practices of appropriation of the public and worked against corruption
Irma Eréndira Sandoval, Secretary of the Public Function, opined that the COVID-19 crisis “suited him like a glove” to Fourth transformation, headed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
By participating in the inauguration of the National Transparency Week, organized by the National Institute of Transparency and Access to Public Information (Inai), the official stressed that the coronavirus is one of the most complex challenges faced in the world.
He added that Health cannot be a luxury nor the social protection system a privilege.
The COVID-19 crisis came like a glove to the Fourth Transformation, since for decades, during the neoliberal period, emergencies became fertile ground for this structural corruption, fertile ground for large corporations and large economic and private interests to increasingly appropriate what was public. “
Sandoval Ballesteros stated that fortunately, the Government of Lopez Obrador stigmatized the practices of appropriation of the public and took action to end the corruption.
This, he specified, allowed a return to the public, a fundamental and necessary condition for the construction of a society more participatory, inclusive and fair.
Information such as health are essential for well-being and development ”, he pointed out.
On COVID-19 pandemic, the secretary of the Public function defended the transparency of the Health Secretary when reporting new cases and deaths.
He also applauded that Mexico has been a forerunner in the world of Epidemiological Risk Traffic Light for COVID-19, a model recognized by the World Health Organization and replicated in countries of America and Europe.
He also said that Federal government works in a health system that is not subject to private interests.
With information from López-Dóriga Digital