Andrés López Obrador announces that he is retiring from politics when his term ends

The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, announced this Saturday that at the end of his term in 2024 he will retire completely considering that there must be a generational change.

“I will be there until 2024, there is no re-election; and also there is not only no re-election, it is a matter of principles, of my convictions,” has collected ‘El Universal’ during an act of the president.

“I consider that I have contributed, I am going to continue contributing to the development of our country and others will come, there must be a generational change,” Obrador stressed.

Despite the fact that he considers that the National Regeneration Movement (MORENA) could triumph again in the next elections, “in any case, there is unfortunately no guarantee of continuity.”

Andrés Manuel López Obrador reached the presidency of Mexico on December 1, 2018, after winning the federal elections with 53 percent of the votes.

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