TEPJF asks to analyze Juan Sandoval’s interference in elections

TEPJF asks to analyze Juan Sandoval’s interference in elections
TEPJF asks to analyze Juan Sandoval’s interference in elections

Sandoval Íñiguez accused that, if Morena wins, there would be a danger that the evils of communism would arrive

The Archbishop Emeritus of Guadalajara, Juan Sandoval Íñiguezis once again in the crosshairs of electoral authorities for messages posted on his social networks.

The Superior Chamber of the Electoral Tribunal of the Judicial Branch of the Federation (TEPJF) decided to reverse a resolution of the Electoral Tribunal of the State of Jalisco (TRIEJAL) regarding a message issued by the religious leader last April on his social networks.

In the message, the archbishop emeritus accused that, if Morena wins, there would be a danger that the evils of communism would arrive, reason for which an appeal was filed by the party.

The TRIEJAL rejected the appeal, considering that the decision lacked due motivation and consistency, determining that the expressions complained of did not violate the principle of secularism.

Therefore, The TEPJF determined that the local court must issue a new sentence to study the message issued by the religious.

TEPJF judge Janine Otálora, He considered that the TRIEJAL did not adequately assess the analysis.
“The local court made an incorrect assessment of the message issued by the minister of religion and I would like to recall the precedent of 2021 to determine whether a party or candidate was identified. In this precedent, we decided to annul the election of San Pedro Tlaquepaque.”

In 2021, the Superior Chamber of the TEPJF annulled the election in Tlaquepaque, considering that the message issued during that year’s electoral process by Sandoval Íñiguez influenced the election, and therefore ordered it to be repeated.

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