Rubén Moreira, Rejects the Negotiation with Morena to Approve Electoral Reform

The coordinator of the PRI deputies, Rubén Moreira, rejected that there is any negotiation with Morena to approve the electoral reform.

“I tell you with all due respect, you interviewed me the day before yesterday, and I saw totally different front pages, as if there were four countries, I reflect on them, from who said that we had a negotiation with Morena, that we did not there are, even those who said that we were negotiating with the other two parties, the position of the PRI is very clear: we will not violate the autonomy of the INEnor will we violate the autonomy of the courts, nor are we going to disappear the Oples”, said the deputy Ruben Moreiracoordinator of PRI.

In an interview, the legislator reiterated that his party did not present any initiative in political-electoral matters, and considered unfeasible that it be approved next monthas estimated by the leader of the Morena deputies, Ignacio Mier.

“Yes, before the end of November, that’s the date, before the end of November, isn’t it the 13th? No, no, no, I say it flatly, clearly, there are none, surely by the 13th the working group will have a breakthrough, the reforms to the secondary laws, to any of the six, and the reforms that consensus is built,” said deputy Ignacio Mier, coordinator of Morena.

Initiatives that must analyze the group of 21 deputies that was already formed, he pointed out.

With information from Carlos Guerrero


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