In search of votes for approve in the Senate the military presence in the streets for public security tasks, several political actors came out to exhort the senator Mario Zamorafrom the PRI, to vote for of the initiative of military reform.
Among them was the governor Ruben Rocha Moya and the former governor of Sinaloa and current Ambassador of Mexico in Spain, Quirino Ordaz Coppel. The latter asked Senator Mario Zamora to support the constitutional reform “so that the National Guard continues to support the people”, as he said, it is a beneficial reform for the country.
This generated a wave of criticism of the former governorboth citizens and politicians, who disqualified their request to support the initiative, which requires two thirds of the votes in the Senate of the Republic.
The former Senator of National Action Party, Mariana Gómez del Campo criticized Quirino Ordaz’s warrant, accusing him of having sold out and asked him not to seek others to do the same.
To the call, there was a wave of reactions with over 1,200 commentsa majority very critical of the former governor of Sinaloa, pointing out that it was a way in which Quirino Ordaz sought to “pay” the 4T government, for receiving ownership of the Mexican Embassy in Spain.
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In this sense, many users of the social network not only regretted the request for Ordaz CoppelInstead, they asked Mario Zamora to vote against the initiative that is being discussed today in the Senate of the Republic.