The History Channel denies producing a Tiranos de América documentary that includes AMLO
In addition to including the image of the President of Mexico, the presumed trailer for the documentary also references the leaders of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro; Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega and Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro.
Mexico City, February 20 (however). – the channel History Denied production of a documentary film Titled America’s TyrantsAfter his promotional poster, where the president’s photo appears Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Spread across social networks.
The supposed trailer for the documentary also includes the leaders of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro; Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega and Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro.
According to information from the magazine Processing, The push channel indicated that the production was inconsistent with it.
“The record was not created or any Twitter, advertisement, or promotion was sent on social networks. The Twitter, advertisement, advertisement, promotional, or demonstration was not created by History Latin America … and therefore is false,” he said.
History confirmed that the reports in question had already been prepared to solve the situation of those who promoted the aforementioned productions using their names.
According to the trailer, the production to be released on March 2 will address the birth of dictatorships by feeding people’s feelings.
Likewise, governments that seek ultimate power through the division of society are classified as “Machiavellian minds”.
TEPJF FINES SERIES CREATORS
It was in September 2019 when the Specialized Chamber of the Electoral Court of the Judicial Authority of the Union (TEPJF) sanctioned the creators and promoters of the populist documentary series in Latin America, which during the 2018 electoral period launched an intense campaign to promote the audiovisual protagonist of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Then a candidate for the “Together We Will Make History” coalition.
The economic penalty, totaling 4 million 207 thousand 320 pesos, was issued after compliance with the order of the Supreme Chamber on the appeal of the review of SUP-REP-108/2019.
The Supreme Council decided that the campaign was aimed at influencing previous elections. Through a statement, TEPJF reported that penalties will be applied in relation to public transport bus advertising and television. However, one of the forums that had the most impact was on social networks as the campaign had a greater impact than other media outlets. However, this activity was not reviewed by TEPJF.
During the election period, numerous reports were released of an organized operation of the WhatsApp messaging service, in which strings of text messages were posted reporting the alleged transmission of the documentary series on television. Production company Piña Digital SRL de CV, which has disappeared from the Internet, promoted the series through Twitter, Facebook and Instragram, with users denouncing paying promotions.
The series has also been promoted by politicians who are formed today as being the most confrontational towards Lopez Obrador in the digital realm, and it also highlights Fernando Belonzaran, today one of the main promoters of Futuro 21, which seeks to be a counterweight to the election year. 2021 and Javier Lozano Alarcon, former spokesman for Presidential Candidate Jose Antonio Med Coripriania, of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).
Both actors were campaigning, the former PRD legislator was running for federal lawmaker, and had participated in the documentary. While Lozano Alarcón promoted it from his Twitter account. None of them qualified for penalties by the Electoral College.
Opposition users joined the promotion and posted the episode in which Lopez Obrador’s file was processed on social networks. So is the presenter Gloria Alvarez, who personally promoted the documentary as soon as the television networks refused to broadcast it on the eve of the elections on 1 July 2018.
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