As usual, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador holds his morning conference from the National Palace every morning, but this Thursday, November 2, it did not happen, and he will not speak to the media.
In recent days, the president has warned that the morning conference will be suspended, although not because he will go on a tour of the states as he did over the weekend.
The suspension is due to the Day of the Dead holiday, a celebration in which every year President López Obrador does not hold official events such as his press conference, although it is not an official number marked on the calendar.
“We will not have a conference on November 2, there will be no activity, Day of the Dead,” said the president, who assured that there will be activity next Friday.
He is expected to return to his daily activities from the National Palace on Friday and then begin his tour of the southeast of the country to supervise the works of the Mayan Train, which is intended to be inaugurated on December 15.
“The weekend (agenda) is maintained because we have the Mayan Train. On Wednesday, we have a conference. We were not there on the 2nd,” President AMLO repeated.
Note that every year the president visits his hometown in Tabasco to go to the graves of his parents and leave an offering, but, apparently, this year is the exception.
In this regard, the federal president said that in 2023 he is thinking of not going to Tabasco because he has to lead the morning of November 3 at the National Palace in addition to a lot of work.
This is due to the reconstruction work that continues in Acapulco after the passage of Hurricane Otis as well as the next delivery of his book scheduled for January 2, which was reviewed.