Andrés Manuel López Obrador said this morning, during the morning conference, he was grateful that the company complied with the court order.
“They made a good decision to withdraw amparos because it was already a judged thing and it was accepted by the company and that is very good. It is to act responsibly, with a civic and social dimension”, said the president during the conference, and recalled that there are still other pending legal proceedings with the Salinas Pliego company.
The businessman assured on his Twitter account that he had kept his word and that his companies “paid what they say (the SAT) they owed in taxes.”
I kept my word and my companies paid what they say they owed in taxes… now that the gazebo goes on a diet, ahh and with those 2,800 million buy soap and bathe dog #Communist. Thank me you’re going to have to swallow kibble for another 2 years. 😂 https://t.co/jZMbX8SeZA
– Don Ricardo Salinas Pliego (@RicardoBSalinas)
October 21, 2022
The company, however, reported that it will continue the course of the processes that are still pending. “In relation to other lawsuits that are still in litigation, we are convinced that we are right and we have every right to disagree with the tax authorities, so we will continue with our defense of what we consider to be erroneous and excessive charges,” it reads. in a company statement.
Grupo Salinas companies are not the only ones that have disputes with the tax authority. Alsea filed an exclusive resolution lawsuit to suspend the execution and collection of the credit for 3,881 million pesos, derived from the acquisition of the Vips restaurant chain from Walmart, completed in 2014.