Coparmex clarifies appointment of Javier Lozano as a spokesperson, will only be voluntary


Then that announced his arrival as a spokesperson on special, the Employers Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex) clarified that Javier Lozano Alarcón only bring their knowledge on a voluntary basis.

In a statement, the Coparmex pointed out that the only owner of the voice is its president, Gustavo de Hoyos Walther.

This Tuesday, the exsenador was presented by the Coparmex as its new “spokesman special” for the defence of the rule of law.

“The decisions of the mexican government are compromising the functioning of the democratic institutions and republican. The debate is crucial to avoid setbacks. Thank you to @JLozanoA be part of that challenge as spokesman of the special Coparmex for the defence of the rule of law”, published by Gustavo Hole.

However, hours later the Coparmex said: “The only owner of the voice, of the Employers Confederation of the Mexican Republic (Coparmex) is the National President Gustavo Hoyos Walther. At the local and regional level, this responsibility rests with the Presidents of the Business Centres, Representations and Delegations”.

They noted that Lozano Alarcón like thousands of partners, will contribute their knowledge in conferences, seminars and forums, in the field of plurality, openness and tolerance are typical of the membership of the Coparmex”.

In both, the exsenador, who was militant in the time of the National Action Party, thanked the confidence of the president of the Coparmex and pledged to uphold the rule of Law.

Lozano Alarcon also was head of the Secretariat’s Work during the sexenio of Felipe Calderón and advisor to the excandidato to the presidency by the PRI, José Antonio Meade.

De Hoyos Walther, and the president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador have had friction due to the aid to the enterprises by the economic crisis generated by the COVID-19.

This Monday the owner of the Coparmex tweeted that the president doesn’t help or stops helping” in reference to a credit that the Mexican Council of Business agreed with the financing program of the inter-American Development Bank (BIDInvest)-CMN.

López Obrador said that the government would not support with public resources for the payment of that credit, because in his administration there will be no “bailouts” millionaires.

The employers made it clear that no public resource was committed.

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