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Vatican could respond to López Obrador that it has already apologized
The president of Mexico asks the pope that the Catholic Church (along with the Spanish monarchy and the government of Mexico) apologize to indigenous people. During his trip to Bolivia, in front of representatives of popular movements, the pope asked for pardon for the abuses carried out by the Church during the so-called discovery of the New World and Portuguese colonization.