AMLO withdraws Arturo Herrera’s proposal for Banxico, confirms Monreal – El Financiero

In August, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador withdrew his proposal that Arturo Herrera join the Banco de México’s board, Senator Ricardo Monreal confirmed on Tuesday.

In June, the CEO announced that Herrera would leave the Treasury to be proposed as a new member of the central bank.

In his column on Tuesday, journalist Carlos Loret de Mola reported that the proposal had been withdrawn in August.

He recalled that on 13 July López Obrador sent the nomination to the legislature and that the matter was referred to the Third Commission a week later, on 21 July, under the Permanent Commission of the Congress.

But on August 16, by official letter CP2R3A.-1757, Senate President Eduardo Ramírez Aguilar, PAN Senator Kenya López Rabadán, President of the Third Commission, informed that Herrera’s appointment was withdrawn “to the effect of that file”, but nothing happened. afterwards.


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