TEPJF contemplates declaring invalidity of mandate revocation process

TEPJF contemplates declaring invalidity of mandate revocation process

According to article 35, section IX, section 4: “In order for the mandate revocation process to be valid, there must be a participation of at least 40% of the people registered on the nominal list of voters (that is, 37 million citizens out of 92,823,216). The revocation of mandate will only proceed by absolute majority.

The Plenary of the TEPJF will discuss this Wednesday in a solemn session the draft resolution whose final results to the question: Do you agree that Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s mandate be revoked due to loss of confidence or continue in the Presidency of the Republic until your period ends? were:

+ That the mandate be revoked due to loss of confidence
1,063,209
6.44%

+ That he continue in the Presidency of the Republic
15,159,323
91.86

The 52-page document establishes that the direct democracy consultation lacks legal effects.

“In this way, if the required constitutional threshold was not reached, much less can the constitutional rule that requires an absolute majority be applied for the result of the revocation of the mandate to occur,” the text indicates.

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