Chávez is a lawyer with experience in the Chihuahua state government, as well as in the Interior Secretariat. Suárez is a corporate finance expert, whose resume includes high-ranking positions with Grupo Modelo (most recently), Banamex, Televisa, and a previous stint at Pemex.
Monday, September 7, 2009
The long-awaited changes to Calderón's cabinet are official: Eduardo Medina Mora is out as Mexico's attorney general, to be replaced by Arturo Chávez. Pemex director José Reyes Heroles has also been removed, leaving the company in the hands of Juan José Suárez Coppel. Lastly, Agricultural Secretary Alberto Cárdenas is now the former agricultural secretary, with Francisco Javier Mayorga taking over.