Gregorio Casal, the hero, the heartthrob and unforgettable villain of national cinema.
The director and Mexican actor Gregorio Casal, passed away this Wednesday in Tepatitlán, Jalisco at 82 years old
By Karla Mora
April 26, 2018
As part of these investigations, two public servants of a delegation have already been suspended, who used an official vehicle for the distribution of pantries.
After the presentation of the Lists for Police Bodies for the Attention of Electoral Crimes, the president said that the capital government has two primary obligations in the campaigns
The first is to ensure that all public officials of the local administration comply with their work hours and duties; and the second, to verify that no type of resource has been diverted for electoral purposes.
Both the 30 investigations and the two suspensions are carried out since the start of the pre-campaign period.
"We are going to attend the instances, we are going to respect the norm and we are going to coordinate with all the electoral instances; and at no time are we going to mix, interfere or be subject to or allow to be the object of political accusations. We are going to keep within the institutional, "he said.
The official clarified that, because these are processes under investigation, responsibilities have not yet been established, but measures have been taken, such as the suspension of duties of public servants.
He assured that, in order to have certainty in the actions of the Government, the visits to the work centers of local public officials will continue, in order to act opportunely in cases of irregularities.
CASAL, Gregorio (José de Casillas Rabago)
Born: 7/13/1935, San Miguel el Alto, Jalisco, Mexico
Gregorio Casal’s westerns – actor:
Por mis pistolas – 1968 (Pedro Sanchez)
The Two Brothers – 1971 (Juan Luis)
Mercenaries of Death – 1983 (Mai ko)
El fugitive de Sonora - 1989