President López Obrador informed that Trujillo Arriaga, director of the National Service for Agri-Food Health, Safety and Quality, resigned after more than 30 years of work in the institution.
“He resigned yesterday from the position of Senasica, he had been there for many years, 30 years and it was necessary to take over, it has not yet been decided who will replace him, but it must be a specialist in the field,” said the president.
When asked how he found out about the news, the national president limited himself to saying: “I don’t know how the Secretary of Agriculture, who informed me in writing of the resignation he had presented, did it”.
“The director of Senasica must have been there for 30 years and the big producers defend him. He also pointed out that Senasica was being used as a mechanism to maintain tariffs and prevent cattle imports.