A new controversy has arisen in Mexican sports, and more precisely with the leader of Conade, Ana Gabriela Guevara, who, due to the situation experienced by the people of Guerrero after the passing of Hurricane Otis, revealed that she asked President Andrés Manuel López Obrador The financial prize given to Mexican athletes after the results achieved in the Pan American Games is exempt.
“The president has not changed the amount, I think it is the same, the president has not given instructions. “I sent a card to the president with the possibility that, from what happened in Acapulco, the appeal could be exempted, from what the country and especially the people of Guerrero are.”
“We don’t have an answer yet and the president didn’t put an amount either, he just announced it because you saw it at the flag raising.”
Hurricane Otis made landfall on the coast of Guerrero last week, affecting the population, so Guevara considers that economic resources will be very helpful to support those affected by this natural phenomenon.
Guevara is waiting for AMLO’s answer
Ana Guevara, who has many controversies with many Mexican federations and athletes, clarified that the decision is AMLO’s, but this money does not correspond to what his organization allocates to the Aztec athletes.
“He decided, we must remember that this stimulus does not come from the resources of Conade, it does not work with the resources provided for the exercise, it is an exception made by the president, so it is a resource that is made. among other year”.
Guevara attended the stages of the Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile, where he had the opportunity to observe some athletic competitions on Tuesday, October 31.