The General Council of National Electoral Institute (INE) approved the methodological order and calendar that will be used to define the restructuring that the electoral body will undergo after the entry into force of the Electoral Reformnext to “Plan B”which will apply until October and not in August as indicated by the law.
Causing the representative of Brunette qualify the action as a “defiance and disobedience” to the powers, as of the citizenship.
It should be remembered that the project that the Technical Committee for the Implementation of the Electoral Reform 2023 approved this morning, which was unanimously supported by the INE General Council, same that proposes to have the application of the so-called “Plan B” ready until October and not in August, due to the two-month delay generated by the Senate of the Republicdelaying the expected times.
Claudia ZavalaPresident of the Committee, explains that the reform was not approved in December, but until March 2 when was its entry into force, in addition to waiting for the new integration of the General Council so that they form part of the work from April 3 with already approved criteria.
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While Jaime Rivera considered that compliance with parity cannot be taken into account as if it were a new integration, since would lead to human rights violations.
What Mario Llergo, representative of Morena, accused that “in clear violation of the people’s electoral reform”refuse to install the Administration Commission that will replace the INE Executive Board.
Cyrus Murayama hoped that in October the committee workin order to allow the pronouncement of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) so that “Tear down Plan B”for Mexico to go to the 2024 election “with the laws that are the result of the great democratic consensus and with the institutions that have given free and authentic elections”.
Among the activities to be carried out, the organizational restructuring which considers at least 3 thousand 207 command positions and 7 thousand 90 positions of operational technicians. In addition to suggesting changes to budget structures, readscriptions, reallocation of real estate and furniture, vehicles, machinery, files and assets used by the Administrative Units.