After the brawl registered this morning in the Chamber of Deputies and after a recess of more than 10 hours, the plenary session of San Lázaro resumed your session to continue with the debate and conclude with the approval of the opinion of the fiscal miscellany of 2022.
The Political Coordination Board (Jucopo) held a meeting at 2:30 p.m. where parliamentary leaders determined the rules for continuing the discussion of the fiscal miscellany, the Federal Law of Rights and the Income Law of 2022.
Information from Jucopo indicates that the intervention of 113 speakers, with an estimate of six hours in the highest tribune in the country.
According to previous records, the Federal Law of Rights presented 26 reservations and the Income Law 59, only of the PAN and the Citizen Movement.
At the conclusion of the debate on the fiscal miscellany, they could summon the Political Coordination Board to vent the discussion and vote on all the opinions today.
Screams and even blows between deputies
Early this Wednesday, deputies from Morena and allies confronted screams, shoves and even blows, which caused them to burst the session, in which a recess was decreed to calm the spirits, during the venting of the debate in the particular of the fiscal miscellany.
The confrontation occurred after the Morena legislator, María Clemente García, joined the opposition in the defense of Civil Organizations, so that the deductibility for those who donate to Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) is not capped.
After this, after the brawl registered at dawn this Wednesday in the plenary session of the Chamber of Deputies, when PAN deputies shoved themselves against Morena legislators, the deputies of both benches accused themselves of “drunkenness.”
The vice coordinator of the PAN in San Lázaro, Jorge Triana accused his partner from Morena, Manuel Alejandro Robles, of being intoxicated in the session this Tuesday and said that this responds to how aggressive he behaved, since it was he who pushed two PAN legislators.
For his part, Alejandro Robles maintained that he only intervened to defend a fellow bench, but denied being in an alcoholic state.
“There was comrade Irma, from Indigenous Peoples, and two deputies were struggling with her, so when they pushed Irma, what I did was remove a deputy named Lixa, but I didn’t push him, I carried him, then I had to leave because they began to surround me with PAN deputies, another arrived who threatened to beat me (Jorge Arturo Espadas), he told me that my mother was going to break me and I told him ‘come on, you’re taking too long’ and his colleagues didn’t let him anymore, I think The one who has to pass the breathalyzer is Lixa, or the other, the chubby guy with the blue muzzle (Espadas), “he said.