Corrupt PRI legislators in Quintana Roo approved state Constitutional reforms.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
June 21, 2016
Quintana Roo, Mexico – On Tuesday, the PRI legislators in Quintana Roo approved state Constitutional reforms that allows Governor Roberto Borge Angulo appointed supporters to remain in office for 9 years after his term expires. Each appointee will earn between $80,000 pesos ($4.4K U.S.) to $100,000 pesos ($5.5K U.S.) and no accountability, deficit audit or criminal investigations will proceed to account for the more than $22 mil millones ($1.2B U.S.) de pesos state budget deficit of misappropriated pesos while Borge was in office.
Borge will no doubt be protected against any criminal investigations after he leaves office. (Source: Hispanic News Network U.S.A. and Tania Casa Madrid) Video: http://bit.ly/28TBZpN