Under Express Reservation Will it be enough for AMLO to disappear the self-employed?

Even though the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador and your legislators in both houses have every intention of disappear some autonomous bodies, it is not seen that they can achieve it so easily, because the numbers are not enough.

They remind us that, for example, National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI), has its origin in the Constitution; and the same goes for the Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFT).

For this, Brunette and its allies, that is, PT, PES and Verde, are in the line of legislators in the Chamber of Deputies, to endorse, at your own expense constitutional reforms, since it must be remembered that, for this, the two thirds of the deputies present, that is, 334 legislators, who are the ones who add these four matches.

But also, we have made it known in this space, that even though there are virtual sessions and that the legislators they are not obliged to go to San Lázaro, even so, there are still many deputies missing and not to mention, the close to the Fourth Transformation.

But where they can run into a dry wall is in the Senatewell there, Ricardo Monreal, senators coordinator needs at least 86 senators to modify the Magna Carta, that is, 10 more than you currently have.

And in the Senate the containment block, made up of the PAN, PRI, FART and MC, has already advanced that it will not allow the “dismantling” of the autonomous organs.

They make us see that since the President is determined to dismantle these organs a tough battle is expected, and the expectation is to see if AMLO and his legislative machinery enough to be able to get rid of them.



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