Sinaloa government dismisses secretary to sue journalists

Sinaloa government dismisses secretary to sue journalists

The Governor of Sinaloa, Ruben Rocha Moya, has removed the Minister of Health, Hector Melicio Quinn Ojeda, from his post for failing to bring two court cases against journalists he accused of “arbitrarily and abusingly exercising freedom of expression and the right to media”.

According to the trade issued by the site North WestOne of the secretary’s complaints was against Luis Enrique Ramirez Ramos, the founding director of the news site. Trusted sources He was killed last May 5 in Culiacan, Sinaloa.

The state government argued: “Your negligence in complying with the instructions issued has been ascertained, because you did not give a withdrawal, and did not prove the legal conclusion of the established procedures.”

In addition, Hector Melicio Quinn denounced Maria Teresa Guerra Ochoa, who is now the Secretary for Women’s Affairs, for “acting illegally in the exercise of freedom of expression and the right to information and causing moral damage undersigned”.

On May 9, the Governor of Sinaloa instructed public servants who had lawsuits against journalists to withdraw from them or resign their office.

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