AMLO proposed Lorenzo Meyer Falcón, a former Peña Nieto official, as an independent director of Pemex


New nominations in AMLO’s cabinet (Photo: Galo Cañas/Cuartoscuro.com)

The President of the Board of Directors of the Senate of the Republic, Olga Sanchez Corderoannounced that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) submitted to the consideration of the Upper House the appointment of Lorenzo Mauricio Meyer Falcón as an independent director of Petroleos Mexicanos Council (Pemex).

Lorenzo Mauricio is the son of the academician and professor emeritus of the Colegio de México, Lorenzo Meyer, as well as brother of Roman Meyer Falconcurrent head of the Secretariat of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development (Sedatu).

It is important to remember that the oil sector is not unknown to him, since during the administration of Enrique Peña Nieto worked inside Pemex; however, since AMLo assumed the presidency, he had stayed away from public service.

“The president @lopezobrador_ submits the appointments of Lorenzo to the consideration of the @senadomexicano Mauricio Meyer Falcón as independent director of the Board of @Pemex”, wrote the former Secretary of the Interior.

Sánchez Cordero communicated AMLO's decision on Twitter (Photo: Twitter/@M_OlgaSCordero)
Sánchez Cordero communicated AMLO’s decision on Twitter (Photo: Twitter/@M_OlgaSCordero)

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