La Jornada – AMLO: judicial reform will be in accordance with the Constitution

La Jornada – AMLO: judicial reform will be in accordance with the Constitution
La Jornada – AMLO: judicial reform will be in accordance with the Constitution

Mexico City. No one needs to resign for the reform of the judiciary to move forward, but only for the debate and the constitutional process to continue for its eventual approval, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said on Tuesday.

“It is not a concessionas was the custom in Salinas’ time. No, no, let it be in accordance with the Constitution and the law,” he said, rejecting a negotiation to approve a reform decaffeinated.

What decaffeinated or what nothingdeclared the president in his daily press conference at the National Palace when asked about the meeting held on Monday behind closed doors by members of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation in which there were reproaches to the president minister Norma Piña for her lack of dialogue with other powers.

Noting that the reform is not a personal matter against Piña, he added that he observes that the members of the Judiciary They are understanding that reform is required and that they cannot go against the popular will.

There is no need for anyone to resign, it is just a matter of continuing the debate on the need for reform, making a good analysis, a good diagnosis. We have already presented a bill, which should be reviewed, the timelines, the procedures that should be applied, the timelines for the election should be set and the process should begin with a call for applications in which candidates can already register.the president stated.

–If the Prime Minister resigns, could a watered-down reform be negotiated?– the President was asked.

–No, no, no. That is from the time of corruption and authoritarianism, there should not be that time for negotiations – he rejected and affirmed that the reform and its discussion “is not a concertationas was the custom in Salinas’ time. No, no, let it be in accordance with the Constitution and the law.”

He stressed that the reform must follow a legal course, established in the Constitution, and not be deviated by negotiations such as those that were being carried out. in times of corruptionLópez Obrador exemplified that when Ernesto Zedillo reformed the SCJN, he negotiated and gave benefits to the ministers. That was possible, but these practices should not be continued.he stressed.

It is not something against Mrs. Piña. She gets there, of course she has procedures that one cannot accept, share, but it is not only her, it is a crisis of the Judiciary. And how do you deal with a crisis, a decline? Well, with a reform, with a transformation, not by patching things up.he said.

 
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