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Mexican priest involved in politics against the government

Mexican priest involved in politics against the government

Mexico, Jun 3 (Prensa Latina) A Mexican former cardinal, Worship Minister Juan Sandoval, spoke out against President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and, contrary to the precepts of the Church and law, called to vote against the head of State.
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In an irate manner, quite discomposed for a person of his creed, the clergyman vociferated in a sermon that in Mexico a dictatorship is coming, or freedom will be lost because it is a communist, socialist system that makes slaves.

The priest even said without showing the slightest proof that in next Sunday’s elections, national security and peace are at stake because the governments have allied themselves with evildoers, the cartels, with whom they have made a pact, and the elections are at risk of not taking place or there will be a lot of disturbances everywhere.

Such expressions were refuted by La Jornada newspaper, which noted that the priest contravenes constitutional restrictions, the Law of Religious Associations and Public Worship and the General Law of Institutions and Electoral Procedures.

All of them, it clarifies, expressly prohibit worship ministers to carry out proselytism or propaganda of any kind in favor or against a candidate, party or political association.

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