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Six Ople, in “high risk” due to budget insufficiency

Fabiola Martinez

Newspaper La Jornada
Monday, October 24, 2022, p. 4

Faced with a possible electoral reform that includes the proposal to eliminate the state electoral institutes, six of them are still in a situation of high riskmainly due to budget insufficiency.

Report number 18 was barely presented in the general council of the National Electoral Institute (INE), in which there is no major variation in the critical situation in the local public electoral bodies (Ople) of Mexico City, Campeche, Colima, Durango , Morelos and Nayarit. The extreme case is Colima, whose operation is not guaranteed for the remainder of 2022.

This was confirmed by the executive secretary of the INE, Edmundo Jacobo Molina. “Budget variations throughout the year, in most of the organizations that were affected with significant reductions, have only allowed some commitments to be overcome, but the underlying problem persists.

That is, the material inability to fully comply with all of its attributions.said.

Counselor Dania Ravel, president of the Commission for Liaison with the Ople, explained that 22 organizations have approved their budget projects for 2023, while the remaining 10 will do so next week.

He recalled that at least 19 Ople have requested budget increases throughout the year.

Also in this report an unpromising situation arises againbecause in the last quarter of the current year, the organizations of Chiapas, Durango, Oaxaca, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosí and Tamaulipas continue to have problems in the delivery of the ministrations, either because they are granted incompletely or late.

He said that in Chiapas, for example, the state government owes the agency 1.2 million pesos corresponding to September, while in Durango the debt of the local administration is 18.6 million, from March and August.

As for the entities in which there will be an election next year, it was indicated that in the state of Mexico there are no problems at the moment, while Coahuila is conducting a review of resources these days.

Ravel pointed out that in the case of Mexico City, the Electoral Court of the Judicial Power of the Federation ordered Ople to pay public financing to parties in a timely manner, a situation that puts it at risk, especially for payroll payments. and other legal obligations.

In the event that the necessary funds are not authorized, this local institute will use again the resources of the reserve for the contingent liability dedicated to the payment of awards, for just over 33 million pesos.

Meanwhile, Colima has no resources to operate; it barely achieved an extension to pay back wages of its workers.

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