The vice-coordinator of the PAN Parliamentary Group, Jorge Triana Tena, filed a lawsuit against Mario Delgado and Citlalli Hernández, president and general secretary of Morena, respectively, as well as those who are responsible for the crimes of moral damage and defamation against the and the federal deputies who voted in rejection of the electrical reform.
Interviewed at the facilities of the Judicial Council of Mexico City, the deputy explained that calling them treacherous to the country constitutes defamation.
“They are handling publicly, publicly accusing and without prior judgment, the accusation that we are traitors to the country. Treason against the country is not just an insult, it is a crime that is classified and you cannot call us that if there is no complaint, because there is no complaint, there is no trial and there is no sentence. They are showing our faces in public squares, social networks, the media, and this damages the image of the person, this transcends the political issue and becomes a personal, it is a complaint for non-pecuniary damage and defamation,” he pointed out.
In the civil lawsuit, he explained, he demands reparation for the damage, which consists of the cessation of the accusations, a public apology, and an economic payment “which is determined by the judge and if it proceeds, I want to be very clear that that resource will go directly to those who have been collaterally damaged, to children with cancer, for example”.
Later, Triana Tena went to the facilities of the Attorney General’s Office (FGR), where she filed a criminal complaint for justifying the crime.
The legislator trusted that the complaints will have a favorable resolution.
“I trust the judicial authorities, I want to believe that there is still a division of powers and that this lawsuit will come to fruition,” he concluded.