Saturday, June 27th, 2015 | USD: Buy 528.81 / Sell 541.11
The move comes after revelations that Obregon and his wife own land whose value was allegedly under-reported for tax purposes.
The property, which is reportedly worth ¢78 million, was under-appraised at ¢30 million, allegedly for tax purposes.
Further still, Obregon later appointed Victor Solis, the man who made the appraisal, as the head of the National Power and Light Company (CNFL).
A decision to investigate the matter has yet to be made.