President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador He warned that, even if it is not carried out in his government, when Banamex is sold, taxes must be paid because “it is not the time of before” where, he affirmed, operations on the stock market were exempt from paying taxes.
The federal president pointed out that, although it was legal, it was “immoral” that during Vicente Fox’s six-year term Banamexthen owned by Roberto Hernández, to Citigroup without paying taxes because he accused that there was complicity.
“Even if the operation is not carried out now, in any case, when it is carried out, they will pay taxes. It is no longer the time before when operations on the stock market were exempt from paying taxes, which they did when they sold Banamex to Citigroup, they simulated a sale on the stock market and did not pay the taxes, but this was because there was complicity of those who sold Banamex with the Fox government.
“They have to pay the tax if they do it in this administration or when it is done, and also when it is done on the stock market they have to pay taxes,” he warned.
In the morning todaythe head of the federal Executive assured that if this operation had been carried out in the United States, taxes would have had to be paid.
noted that Having denounced this fact brought him enmities and claims from Roberto Hernández.
“If, like now, the operation had gone the other way, if in the United States, Banamex had bought Citigroup, they would have paid, and not here.
“Because of this complaint that we made at the time that brought us enmities, differences, because at a meeting in Valle de Bravo that Televisa invited me, businessmen came, Roberto Hernández claimed me and there he was also and Claudio X claimed it and something else. González son – look since when we have differences – and they told me that it was legal, yes, yes, yes, it could have been legal, but without a doubt it is immoral,” he declared.
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