Sheinbaum supports the campaign to exhibit those who rejected the Executive’s initiative
Rocio Gonzalez Alvarado
Newspaper La Jornada
Thursday, April 21, 2022, p. 4
The head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum, supported the campaign against the federal deputies who voted against the electricity reform promoted by Morena, after stating that it has nothing to do with violence, but to point out who voted and why, without put anyone at risk.
Each one has to explain what their vote was, right? They are popular representativesargued the president, expressing that there is no persecution.
It is a political party that is pointing out who are the deputies that it considers to be traitors to the country; that’s what’s happening.
In your opinion, they are
traitors to the country, because nothing was voted in the Congress of the Union with the electrical reform. The decision of the legislators was either you continue to support transnational companies or you support national sovereignty, so that citizens should know who is the deputy who did it against the nation, he said.
The president considered that the declaration of the mayor of Cuauhtémoc, Sandra Cuevas, linking the assault suffered by the PAN deputy, Josefina Gamboa, with this strategy has no basis, nor validity, and borders on the ridiculous.
We are sorry that the PAN deputy suffered this assault, but of course we do not agree and it is false, absolutely false, that it has to do with a political matter.
The head of government took the opportunity to point out that those who have been allied with crime are others, after recalling without naming him that Genaro García Luna, during the Felipe Calderón administration, served as Secretary of Public Security is in prison in the United States.
He also commented that in Álvaro Obregón the police hired by the mayor’s office beat an activist, so repression will not be allowed.
He reiterated that the issue of pointing out: “who voted for what? and why? It has nothing to do with an issue of violence (…) and that obviously corresponds to a political party.”