Jose Ramon Lopez Beltran and Carolyn Adams They continue on everyone’s lips after the scandal that arose for allegedly living in luxury, an ideology contrary to the Republican Austerity promoted by Andrés Manuel López Obrador and the 4T.
Through an extensive report, Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity (MCCI) and the portal Latinus revealed the couple owns a property is approximately 371 thousand dollars, or more than 7.6 million pesos, which belonged to a senior official of the Baker Hughes oil company where Carolyn Adams works.
The foregoing caused countless opponents of the Fourth Transformation, some of them journalists and deputies, to attack the couple in order to demand that possible conflicts of interest behind the José Ramón y Carolyn fortune be investigated.
Such is the case of Lilly Téllez, who through her social networks, assured that she has a new proposal to investigate any possible criminal behavior in the son of Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Carolyn Adams, who are in the eye of the hurricane due to their recent scandal.
“Tomorrow I will propose in the Senate the creation of a Special Commission to analyze the possible criminal conduct by José Ramón López Beltrán, son of the President, and his partner, for the gross influence peddling and conflict of interest in the Pemex-Houston scandal”, reported through their social networks.
But he also warned that they will seek to exhaust all legal instances both in the national territory and in the neighboring country to the north, since considered that the couple broke the anti-corruption rules of the companies involved.
“All legal avenues must be explored, both nationally and in the United States, for violating the minimum anti-corruption rules and codes of ethics of foreign companies in relation to our productive state companies,” he concluded in his Twitter official.
But it is not the first time that the representative of the National Action Party (PAN) has attacked the son of the president of Mexico and her partner, who has been working in the oil field for several years.
The day the investigation was announced, he requested through a tweet that José Ramón López Beltrán is investigated for illicit enrichment, money laundering and conflict of interest, in addition to pointing it out for a facade of “family tradition”.
“We are fed up with them circumventing the law, voracious children of vulgarity (…) And that their façade is that of a woman’s hustler is not a crime, it is a family tradition,” he wrote.
This request was also joined by Senator Kenya López Rabadán, who assured that it is a false austerity, since his son amassed a fortune “that 99% of the population does not have, will not have and can only dream of.”
“The outrageous thing about the giant pool and the mansions is that the family enjoys those undue privileges given by an oil company that has millionaire contracts with Pemex,” he said during a video on his social networks.
For this purpose, he asked that they be the Financial Intelligence Unit, the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic, the Ministry of Public Administration and the Superior Audit Office of the Federation Who carry out investigations into possible links to corruption that may exist between the Baker Hughes company and the presidential family.
But she wasn’t the only panista who launched his criticisms against the Fourth Transformation; the first to raise his hand was the party’s national leader, Marko Cortes, who demanded a clear explanation from President López Obrador.
“President @lopezobrador_, remember that he who is silent grants. Beyond the luxuries and false austerity; owes the people of Mexico a timely explanation about Pemex’s million-dollar service contracts and the obvious payment of favors with the #CasonaBlanca in Houston,” the politician wrote.
She was also followed by Senator Minerva Hernández, who retweeted a Pemex contract with Baker Hughes published by Mexicans Against Corruption, assuring that it is a conflict of interest similar to what happened with the White House of Angélica Rivera and Enrique Peña Nieto.