Mexico’s President rejects “exaggerated authoritarian measures” in third Covid-19 wave

"There are big demonstrations in Europe, in France, due to these excessive measures, so we should all be careful," Andrés Manuel López Obrador said.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, asked this Monday "not to exaggerate with authoritarian measures" in the face of the third wave of Covid-19 in the country, by assuring that this upturn is less harmful than the previous ones.

"Do not exaggerate with authoritarian measures. In our country, there was no curfew, there were no drastic measures, not even in the worst moments," said the president during his morning press conference from Veracruz, a state in eastern Mexico.

Despite the third wave of contagions that the country is experiencing, where last . . .

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