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Morena and opposition in San Lázaro intensify struggles for Plan B of the electoral

Morena and opposition in San Lázaro intensify struggles for Plan B of the electoral

Regarding the 21 blocks of unconstitutionality that Senator Ricardo Monreal warned contained in the draft, but that in the end, the Secretary of the Interior, Adán Augusto López, only accepted six, Mier Velazco, opined that this is the appreciation of one of the legislators, not of the plenary as a whole.

“I think you have to be measured, you have to wait. I know Senator Monreal well, I know his prudence and he will also understand that in the deliberative democratic exercise, the law is also interpretable and it is not only a dogmatic interpretation ”, he stated.

Contrary to this, the national leader of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), Alejandro Moreno, estimated that the Senate of the Republic will vote against “Plan B” of the electoral reform of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, because even with the changes made to the minute, it was like a “paste”.

“What we must do, that is a responsibility of the legislature, of Congress… it is not that they are accepted or not (some reservations) but that everything (Plan B), is a paste of things that does not strengthen democratic competition ”, noted the deputy in a separate interview.

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