Unity Pact orders legislators to "don’t forget where they came from" and that they have the "obligation to approve bills"

Unity Pact orders legislators to "don't forget where they came from" and that they have the "obligation to approve bills"

July 3, 2023, 10:51 PM

July 3, 2023, 10:51 PM

The Unity Pact met with the two leaders on Monday afternoon and ended around 9:00 p.m. From that meeting they left two instructions: the realization of a national summit of all social organizations and the appeal to the deputies and senators who come from these groups so that they do not forget who gave them their mandate.

“They summon the national political-organic meeting within a period that will be set internally and communicated by instructions (…), on the other hand, the completion of the great national council in defense of our democracy and in defense of our national government”, points out the second point of his document.

The meeting and response of the organizations that support the Government took place after Evo Morales to attend weekend meetings in Chuquisaca and Cochabamba, where he managed to get the organizations to proclaim him as the “only candidate” of the MAS for the 2025 elections and also ratify his political leadership.

“Deputies and senators are required not to forget where they came from and who do they represent and that by mandate not only constitutional, but by decision of their organizations and towns where they come from, should and have the obligation to approve bills that are in the legislative assembly”, warns the third point of the resolutions and immediately requires legislators to go down to their organizations to submit to their statutes and be accountable for their acts.

Organizations related to the Government promote the ignorance of the mandate of deputies and senators who censured the Minister of Government and forced the Executive to replicate the strategy of the Government of Jeanine Áñez, who dismissed and reinstated three of her ministers.

The executive of the COB, Juan Carlos Guarachi, said that the organizations They demand to know why more than 300 laws are not approved who have been in parliament for two years, since the responsibility lies with the legislators.

The last one was held on Friday protest against senator Hilarión Mamani, who they accused of deliberately blocking the approval of laws. Mamani received at least three similar accusations in less than two months.

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