• President Denies Accusations of Gender Violence and Xóchitl Gálvez describes the act as treason.
  • AMLO Denies Accusations and Xóchitl Gálvez Demands Trial.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has responded to the accusations of gender violence made by Senator Xóchitl Gálvez, stating that there is no evidence to support these claims.

In a recent press conference, AMLO stressed that he has never offended Gálvez and described the accusations as unfounded. This exchange has intensified post-election political tension in Mexico.

For her part, Gálvez has requested that López Obrador be tried for treason, arguing that the president improperly intervened in the elections, using his position to influence the electoral process in an illegal and detrimental way his political adversaries.

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AMLO Denies Accusations and Xóchitl Gálvez Demands Trial

AMLO Rejects Accusations of Gender Violence

During his morning conference, AMLO directly addressed the accusations of gender violence presented by Xóchitl Gálvez.

The president stated that there is no evidence to support such accusations and reiterated his respect for the senator.

“I have not offended Mrs. Xóchitl Gálvez. There is no proof of that,” López Obrador declared emphatically, suggesting that the accusations are part of a strategy to discredit his administration.

The president suggested that these accusations are part of an attempt to divert attention from the achievements of his administration.

He called to keep the political debate within the limits of respect and truth, avoiding falling into defamations and baseless accusations.

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AMLO Denies Accusations and Xóchitl Gálvez Demands Trial

Xóchitl Gálvez Demands Trial for Treason

In a bold move, Senator Xóchitl Gálvez has called for AMLO to be tried for treason. Gálvez maintains that López Obrador used his position to intervene in the elections, affecting the process in an undemocratic manner.

The senator argues that such conduct is not only an ethical failure, but also a violation of Mexican laws that guarantee electoral impartiality.

Gálvez has urged authorities to investigate and, if necessary, prosecute the president for these actions.

Her lawsuit has generated an intense debate in the political and legal spheres, with opinions divided on the origin and implications of such a trial.

Some constitutional law experts point out that proving an accusation of treason in this context would be extremely complex and controversial.

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AMLO Denies Accusations and Xóchitl Gálvez Demands Trial

Political Tension and Post-Electoral Future

This confrontation between AMLO and Xóchitl Gálvez occurs at a crucial moment for post-electoral Mexican politics.

The escalation of accusations reflects the intensity of the political contest and the polarization that exists in the country.

Both politicians are using all the tools at their disposal to mobilize their supporters and discredit their opponents.

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AMLO Denies Accusations and Xóchitl Gálvez Demands Trial

While López Obrador defends his administration and rejects accusations of gender violence, Gálvez seeks to position himself as a strong ethical and opposition voice, demanding responsibility and transparency.

The demand for a treason trial adds a new dimension to the conflict, increasing pressure on the president and his allies.

AMLO Denies Accusations and Xóchitl Gálvez Demands Trial

It is worth mentioning that Gálvez’s statements emerged after meeting with Marko Cortés, the national leader of the PAN.

This meeting was controversial, since Gálvez shared that, after calling Claudia Sheinbaum to congratulate her on her electoral victory, Cortés reprimanded her in an authoritarian manner and told her that it was “unworthy” to congratulate the Morena candidate.

The above clearly reveals that Gálvez, although she had announced to end her relationship with the parties of her presidential campaign, continues to obey the orders of the leaders of each party.

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AMLO Denies Accusations and Xóchitl Gálvez Demands Trial

Let’s remember that, first, Xóchitl Gálvez publicly recognized Claudia Sheinbaum’s victory, but after Marko Cortés’ scolding, Gálvez reappeared again, this time with the task of contesting the elections.

Now, after a private meeting with his boss Cortés, Gálvez attacks AMLO, wanting to take him to a trial that lacks foundations, which also seems to be another order from her superiors who seek to manipulate Xóchitl Gálvez as they please.

All of these actions are the classic “drowning kicks” that are increasingly common after an electoral defeat. However, it seems that the former presidential candidate would like to “turn the page” and end this cycle, but her executioners do not allow it.

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AMLO Denies Accusations and Xóchitl Gálvez Demands Trial

The dynamic between AMLO and Xóchitl Gálvez is marked by deep disputes and serious accusations that reflect the polarization of current Mexican politics.

As the country advances in its post-electoral stage, these tensions are likely to intensify, creating a highly competitive and conflictive political scenario.

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