More unconstitutionality actions are coming for AMLO’s Plan B (Photo: Reuters / Fernando Carranza)
The Va por México coalition, made up of the PRI, PAN and PRD, will present more unconstitutionality actions against Plan B of the Electoral Reform promoted by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) before the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN). ).
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During a brief statement to the media, Luis Espinosa, coordinator of the Parliamentary Group of the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), reported this Thursday, March 2, that the opposition bloc will go to the Court next week to proceed again against the initiative that intends to modify the political-electoral structure of Mexico.
In this regard, he specified that as a legislative bloc they will present a joint unconstitutionality action, but as political parties they will file their appeals separately. In this sense, he stressed that they were already prepared, they were just waiting for the publication of the decree to see the final terms of Plan B.
“We will go soon to give time for the Court to resolve what we had already filed and this, and I think, will end up resolving it in a single package”
He stressed that the SCJN has to expedite all actions of unconstitutionality, in such a way that it resolves them 90 days before the electoral process begins, in September of this year. In addition, this coincides with what was referred to by Santiago Creel, president of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Deputies, who said that he will use his constitutional powers so that the Court speeds up his process.
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On the other side of the spectrum, the promoters of the Fourth Transformation (4T) were confident that, despite the unconstitutionality actions promoted by the political opposition (Va por México, MC and INE), the Electoral Reform does not violate the Constitution Policy of the United Mexican States (CPEUM), so they expect the rule of law to be enforced in this matter.
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It was Ignacio Mier, leader of the Morena bench in the Chamber of Deputies, and Mario Delgado, president of the party, who made statements this Thursday in favor of Plan B, where they explained that its detractors, more than arguments, presented a “political narrative ” to show that the reform is unconstitutional, but it is not, they affirmed.
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For example, Mier Velazco said that the National Electoral Institute (INE) insists that the presidential initiative jeopardizes the secrecy and autonomy of the Electoral Register, since it gives powers to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE) to identify a group of citizens, but it is not like that.
The initiative recognizes the operational and technical impossibility that the INE has to guarantee the credentialing of more than 10 million Mexicans living abroad, for which reason it empowers a Secretary of State to be able to identify citizens and that they can vote.
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On his own, Mario Delgado pointed out that, contrary to what the opposition wants to make people think, President López Obrador’s reform does not generate uncertainty among the Private Initiative (IP). To support this point, he recalled Elon Musk’s investment in Mexico, as he will install a Tesla gigafactory in Nuevo León, where electromobility and thousands of jobs will be promoted.
“It is not what the right wants to sell that democracy is endangered or that the vote is at risk, that has nothing to do with it”
That is why the president of Morena discarded this political agenda propagated by the Mexican “right.” In this sense, he stressed that “investors do not put their money anywhere.” In this sense, he pointed out that, in addition to political stability, Mexico offers market certainties, something that would hardly be true if Mexico’s democracy were in danger.
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