Summary of Cuarto Informe de Gobierno | Presidente AMLO

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In his fourth state of the nation address, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) discusses the challenges faced by his country in recent years, including the recent pandemic and economic crisis. He thanks the people for their support, and promises continued progress in the face of adversity. Lopez Obrador also delivers a message to the Mexican people about his agenda of change, which has seen success in the past year despite setbacks.

  • 00:00:00 The video features a speech by Mexican President AMLO in which he outlines his government's plans for the upcoming year.
  • 00:05:00 In his fourth state of the union address, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador discusses the challenges faced by his country in recent years, including the recent pandemic and economic crisis. He thanks the people for their support, and promises continued progress in the face of adversity. Lopez Obrador also delivers a message to the Mexican people about his agenda of change, which has seen success in the past year despite setbacks.
  • 00:10:00 According to the latest national survey on income and expenditure by the Instituto Nacional de Estadística and Geografía (INEGI), between August 2020 and November 2020, during the pandemic, while in 2018 the richest people earned on average 18 times more than the poorest, in 2020 the inequality was reduced to 16 times. In addition, during that period, the poorest people were the only ones whose income grew. This confirms our thesis that economic growth alone is not enough; we need a new social and economic policy that applies from the start of our government. We have rejected technocratic obsession with measuring everything in terms of growth indicators that do not necessarily reflect social realities. We consider that the fundamental issue is not quantitative, but qualitative. The distribution of income and wealth must be equitable, and the ultimate goal of a state is to create the conditions so that the people can live happily. Economic growth and increases in productivity and competitiveness are not objectives in themselves, but means to achieve a higher purpose: the general welfare of the population and even more precise material and spiritual well-being. It is also advisable to express that, beyond mere economic growth, eradicating corruption and privileging are essential to dedicate everything earned and saved for the benefit of the
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses how Mexico's plan to fight corruption and impunity has led to increased government revenue, which in turn has allowed for increased development spending and the rehabilitation of six oil refineries. The president also mentions that if it weren't for subsidized fuel, inflation would have been higher than it was this year, and the country's average real salary would have decreased by 12%. Finally, the president says that Mexico's currency has not devalued over the past three years, which is a testament to the country's strong economic management. Without increasing taxes or raising prices, Mexico will be able to produce enough oil to become self-sufficient in gasoline and diesel by the end of next year. Additionally, the president says that Mexico's new electricity law will help increase the country's renewable energy capacity by 8,000 megawatts and help update 34 hydroelectric plants.
  • 00:20:00 In this video, President López Obrador discusses his government's priorities, including reducing business privileges and promoting energy independence. In 2018, the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) will be ended as a privatized entity, and2300 CFE branches will be closed down. This will free up 25 million pesos annually in direct benefits for citizens. Additionally, this year the CFE will complete installation of 2,800 fiber optic cables to fulfill the government's commitment to provide free internet service in schools, hospitals, and public spaces nationwide. Another important priority is the development of Mexico's food self-sufficiency. In 2018, projects to produce maize, beans, and wheat will total 31.5 million tons, an increase of 2.3% over the previous year. With the help of small businesses and farmers, the government is also constructing the Santa María dam in Sinaloa and 274 km of main canals and 1,251 km of distribution canals. In 2018, agricultural production will reach 32.3 million tons, an increase of 1.1% over 2017. This growth is attributable, in part, to the government's investment in infrastructure projects, such as the construction of the Felipe Ángeles airport, which was
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses President AMLO's plans to spend 68.641 million pesos on a global budget in four years. This will eventually finish the 1.554 kilometer stretch of the Maya rail line and start arriving 42 trains with 219 cars in July of 2019. These trains will serve tourists and local passengers in the southeast of Mexico, overcoming several obstacles. The Maya train will be inaugurated in December 2023. Additionally, the rail system for freight and passenger trains will be rehabilitated, with more than 2,000 kilometers of track in service for the first time in decades. Urban improvements are being made in 135 municipalities, with 151 sports complexes, 293 parks, 44 cultural and artistic spaces, 22 markets, 162 hospitals, 218 roads and water networks, and 6,720 public and cultural buildings rebuilt since 2017. Credit has been granted to FOVISSSTE and Infonavit, benefiting nearly two million workers and 2,000 families in need of housing reconstruction.
  • 00:30:00 The video reviews the progress made in the past year in the areas of ejidos and communities, the construction of the ecological park in Lake Texcoco, and the expansion and improvement of the Bosque de Chapultepec from the pine trees to the ermita located in the former town of Santa Fe founded by Vasco de Quiroga Agrego. It also mentions the ongoing construction of the Acueduct of the Presa Picachos to the population of Concordia in Sinaloa, the Acueduct of the Presa el Cuchillo to the Metropolitan Zone of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, and the El Proyecto de Agua Saludable de la Presa Francisco Zarco to the Lagunera area in Durango and Coahuila. The video also mentions the Acueduct of Escárcega to calakmul in Campeche and two more from the Presa zapotillo to the suburban zone of Guadalajara, Jalisco. Finally, the President mentions the program of pensions for adults, which has already benefited 10 million people and is expanding to include 500,000 more adults who are poor and have disabilities. The President also mentions the
  • 00:35:00 In this video, President AMLO discusses the current state of the country, specifically mentioning the suspension of classes due to the pandemic. He also mentions how there have been no labor or school boycotts during his administration, and that teacher attendance at classes has not decreased. He also says that the current education reform, which was brought about by the neoliberalism of the past, has failed to materialize. This video also provides an update on the number of scholarships awarded, and the establishment of new educational content for the new school year. Finally, AMLO discusses the health system, noting that it is one of the most improved under his administration, and that the number of murders has decreased.
  • 00:40:00 In this video, President AMLO discusses the key to achieving peace and tranquility is paying attention to young people, taking care of the most vulnerable population, and targeting those who have been left behind by development. These basic strategies are reducing violence, complementing team work in the cabinet of security with perseverance, professionalism, and not allowing impunity. All of this is yielding good results since we took office. The number of federal crimes reported has decreased by 29.3%. In coordination with state and municipal governments, robbery of vehicles has decreased by 43.1%. Kidnapping has decreased by 81%. All robbery crimes have decreased by 23.4%. However, some people may not be aware of the government's successes due to sensationalistic reporting by conservative media. However, using data from the Inegi, we can show that the number of homes in Mexico has decreased by 2.82%. And this year, we estimate that the decrease will be 10.4%. I believe it is important to point out that homicide has increased in recent years under Fox, by 1.6% under Calderón, by 192 points under Peña, and by 59% under current President AMLO. We also took into consideration the creation of the National Guard, which has costed
  • 00:45:00 The president of Mexico discusses the progress made in his two years in office and touches on issues such as the economy, corruption, and the fight against impunity. He also mentions the recent trade agreement with the United States and Canada and the programs to improve the well-being of the population. He ends the video by reaffirming the importance of democracy, and the fight against oligarchy and corruption.
  • 00:50:00 The Mexican government has made great strides in improving human rights protections and economic distribution, as well as elevating rights to include pension benefits and education for adults with disabilities. The government is also committed to maintaining religious freedom and an independent judiciary. Mexico's economy is doing well, with little protest and a low incidence of labor Strikes. The government remains committed to freedom of expression and the right to dissent, and electoral fraud is minimal. The government's fiscal stability is also a positive sign. Mexico's peso has not devalued, and the country's reserves have increased by 14%. There is freedom of religious belief and an atheist state. Mexicans are achieving ever greater levels of cultural richness, which is making Mexico more respected internationally. President AMLO has much to be proud of in his fourth term in office.
  • 00:55:00 In his fourth state of the nation address, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) pays tribute to the country's flag and announces his plans to retire the flag from government use. He also thanks the Mexican people for their support.

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