Part of Autopista Siglo XXI Collapsed

by jaui @, Zihuatanejo, Sunday, May 30, 2021, 13:25 (121 days ago) @ catlover

Dream on. When's the last time you heard of a public official be held accountable for any public project that failed?



For the most part, even IF a public official is "held accountable" and as they always say:
"hasta las últimas consecuencias",
rarely is a verdict reached, and the law gets applied to whomever was responsible or played a role in whatever happened.

To answer your question: Last week!
I do listen daily at 1-3 p.m. to the news program "Enfoque" on Radio Mil with Adriana Pérez Cañedo, from CDMX. https://radiomil.com.mx/
She has been regularly mentioning about the various people who may be involved, and being "held accountable" for the incident of the collapse of Línea 12 del Metro en la CDMX in early May.
Whether or not anyone gets prosecuted and "las últimas consecuencias " are applied, probably not. :vivamexico:

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