The president of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Deputies, Sergio Gutiérrez Luna, from Morena, announced that, based on the powers conferred by the Constitution, “I will present a complaint appeal so that the Court itself determines that the National Electoral Institute he violated a resolution of that court ”.
It reported that, “given the attitude assumed by the majority of the INE councilors and councilors, led by Lorenzo Córdova and Ciro Murayama, who decided to suspend various phases of the mandate revocation process, under the argument that they do not have the resources For this democratic exercise, complaints will be submitted to the Attorney General’s Office and the Comptroller of the autonomous public body itself for the probable administrative and criminal responsibilities, for the possible commission of the crimes of abuse of authority and coalition of public servants, among others ”.
The deputy stressed that the Federal Mandate Revocation Law establishes that the electoral body must guarantee that the consultation is carried out.
“For this, the INE says the law, I quote, will make the necessary budget adjustments,” he remarked.
He added that the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, in a precautionary manner, “denied the INE the suspension that it had requested in order not to make budget adjustments. The Court did not agree with him in the incident of suspension to the institute, so the revocation process must continue ”.
Gutiérrez Luna pointed out that the decision to suspend the revocation process issued by the INE constitutes “failure to comply with a legal mandate and at the same time it constitutes a fraud to a resolution of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation by evading its fulfillment “.
He assured that this attitude, which violates the rule of law, has as its origin the INE’s demand for more money, without understanding that this sovereignty, in exercise of the exclusive power in budgetary matters, determined to allocate sufficient resources to that constitutional body.
“This presidency will defend the determinations that emanate from the exercise of our constitutional powers, it is our obligation and we will comply with it, that is how clear the law is,” he declared.