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Electoral court orders candidates not to attend Morena assemblies

Fabiola Martinez

Newspaper La Jornada
Wednesday, July 20, 2022, p. 4

The Superior Chamber of the Electoral Court of the Judicial Power of the Federation (TEPJF) confirmed the criteria of the National Electoral Institute (INE) according to which the Morena assembly, held on June 26 in Coahuila, could be illegal and have an impact on the elections of 2023 and 2024. Therefore, it ordered this party, and particularly the public servants affiliated with it, to refrain from organizing and/or participating in similar meetings.

The Complaints Commission (of the INE) did assess the possibility that the illicit conduct could be repeated, by taking into account a previously reported event and the attitude of the persons mentioned in the face of the known infractions, which could generate an imminent risk to the principles that govern the electionsis indicated in the resolution of the TEPJF.

The magistrates ratified the precautionary measures issued by the INE Complaints Commission for Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, head of the Government of Mexico City; Adán Augusto López Hernández, Secretary of the Interior; Ricardo Monreal, morenista coordinator in the Senate; for federal deputies Ignacio Mier and Aleida Alavez; Evelyn Salgado, Governor of Guerrero; Mario Delgado, president of Morena and the party itself.

The defendants warned that the prohibition violates their right to expression and assembly, in addition to the fact that the participation in the assemblies of alleged candidates is a conclusion based on future acts of uncertain realization.

At night, Delgado spread a tweet in which he stated that the members of Morena We are going to continue in the streets with the people. That is how our President taught us and that is how we will continue to do it.

The rapporteur magistrate, Mónica Soto, shared this reasoning and proposed to revoke the criteria of the advisors of the Complaints Commission, but did not obtain a majority.

Therefore, yesterday’s conclusion of the Superior Chamber indicates that it was a made public and notorious that the people denounced, some public servants, have been expressly and openly pointed out by the head of the federal Executive and other political actors as possible candidates for Morena for the Presidency.

The above, he adds, because yes, the possible incidence in the electoral processes of Coahuila, the state of Mexico and the federal one is updated, with their active participation in various events in which they expressed their intention to continue in the government and position Morena.

The sentences of the Superior Chamber of the TEPJF are final and unassailable; however, it will be the Specialized Chamber of this same court that will resolve the merits of the matter, that is, to indicate whether or not the morenista assemblies of the state of Mexico and Coahuila were early campaign acts and, where appropriate, impose sanctions. corresponding.

At the same time that the Court’s information was being generated, the Complaints Commission ratified its opinion, by responding to another from the PRD, to which a deputy from MC joined, so that all material on social networks related to the Morena assemblies, which he describes as proselytizing.

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