Andrew Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, attacked this morning against “cretins”What they don’t pay taxes al Administration of service tax (SAT).
In the morning conference at the National Palace, López Obrador targeted those “from the top” of the companies, whom he also described as “cheek”.
“They blame the street vendors for the fact that there is no collection because those in the informal economy do not pay taxes, when people earn a living as much as they can and continue to do so, as far as they can, because they don’t have options, they don’t have alternatives because corruption prevails,” he stressed.
These idiots, cretins who don’t pay taxes, those at the top, those at the top, blame the ‘comers and the ones’ and those who sell on the streets to make money, because the formal economy is not working. ,” he explained.
The president of Mexico also launched himself against owner of mediato whom he explained that their taxes were waived.
“The owners of the traditional media, founders or big businessmen, and why they want the media, to be protected and have enough influence for the Government to give them everything they ask for,” he argued in the Treasury Room .
“And how much does that cost? Billions of pesos, because, among other things, I’m not talking about just one company, but about some involved in the way of manipulation, they don’t pay taxes, I’m talking about the condonations of thousands (millions of pesos)”, he explained..
López Obrador stated that the benefits journalists receive from the Government are “a small thing” compared to those received by media owners.
“It is also thought that he is the squash“What they gave to the journalists, no, a lot, compared to what the owners got, no matter how much they paid a journalist,” he said.
“To begin with, those who earn a lot in journalism should be 20, for the most part, but there are thousands of journalists who earn little, live on average and others who have a dangerous income, and what remains in the conscience of the majority? In what they call collective imagination, that the problem is squashlos chayoteros‘No, no, no, that’s nothing, nothing, compared to the other thing,’ he said.