Ricardo Anaya considered this Monday that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is “trapped in the past” and assured that he has a clear “contempt” for new technologies .
The former presidential candidate of the National Action Party (PAN) pointed out in a video on his official Twitter account that the current president is always ” giving history classes, quite bad by the way .
Sometimes he seems to have his eyes on the back of his neck, In other words, instead of imagining the future, he is nostalgic for the old “. Anaya questioned that “contempt for the technologies of the future affects us all, but especially the poorest. But of course, as he does not understand the problem, he even presumes it.”
The PAN argued that López Obrador is a president who does not realize that promoting medieval techniques far from helping people to improve their condition, condemns those people to live in poverty.
“It is urgent to close the gap between those who do have access to new technologies and those who have been unjustly relegated,” said the former candidate for the presidency of Mexico in 2018.
He also criticized Andrés Manuel López Obrador for being “determined to build a refinery to produce gasoline when the whole world is in full swing towards electric cars.”
He questioned that the president of Mexico is bent on building the “absurd” Dos Bocas refinery in Tabasco, “which will begin to produce when gasoline is already in decline.” “Mexico can and should take advantage of the benefits in terms of technological change to improve people’s lives,” said Anaya.
Ricardo Anaya mentioned that what must be done is to accelerate the change to clean energy and train people to adopt technology in their lives. “We have the talent, Mexicans have always been hard-working and talented … we just need a government with a vision for the future.”