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Morena will sue opposition deputies before the FGR for “treason against the country”

Roberto Garduno and Enrique Mendez

Newspaper La Jornada
Tuesday, April 26, 2022, p. 8

Morena announced that she will present a criminal complaint to the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) against the 223 opposition deputies who voted against the proposal for an electrical reform opinion, for the crime of treason. This action will be based on article 123 of the Federal Penal Code and will be accompanied by thousands or, if possible, millions of signatures from people in a period of two to three weeks.

The leader Mario Delgado ruled out that it is a hate campaign because their movement is peaceful, because some will say that we are exaggerating, why don’t we respect those who think differently; Of course we respect those who are different, but the accusation that we make of treason against the country is well founded..

A day after that party called shoot With the pen to the deputies who voted against the electricity reform, the coordinator of that bench in the Chamber of Deputies, Ignacio Mier, said that it is a sign of social discontent with the opposition.

Morena is not going to attack anyone. There is no more aggression that the people repudiate you, he justified in an interview. In turn, the MC coordinator, Jorge Álvarez Máynez, in a message on Twitter wrote: “Deputy Mier: ‘peaceful executions’ do not exist. Morena exceeds any limit of decency”.

Just when the parties reveal their strategies in the states where the elections will be held, Delgado recounted the acts of corruption in the neoliberal period until arriving at the mandate revocation consultation on April 10, where popular sovereignty is more present than ever; the people decide at all times, the people rule in the Fourth Transformation.

He added that the complaint is based on article 123 of the Federal Penal Code where it says how and when treason is committed. The first section states that when acts are carried out against the independence, sovereignty or integrity of the Mexican nation with the purpose of submitting it to a foreign person, group or government; sorry, but there is no other way to call the act of voting against a reform that seeks the energy sovereignty of our country, other than treason against the homeland.

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