AMLO confesses that he ‘forgot’ to eliminate a requirement to be a judge from the reform of the Judicial Branch: “We forgot”

AMLO confesses that he ‘forgot’ to eliminate a requirement to be a judge from the reform of the Judicial Branch: “We forgot”
AMLO confesses that he ‘forgot’ to eliminate a requirement to be a judge from the reform of the Judicial Branch: “We forgot”

The president celebrated that the deputies approved the elimination of 13 trusts from the Judicial Branch

Although for several months the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador presented his reform initiative Power of attorneyrecently confessed that there are points that he should have removed, but “he missed it”.

During his morning press conference this Monday, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador spoke again about the reform to the Judicial Branch, which he presented last February and whose approval he will seek towards the end of his six-year term with the support of the Morena’s qualified majority and its allies.

López Obrador admitted that in his initiative he forgot to remove a requirement for lawyers to be elected as judges or magistrates, which is that they have five years of prior experience.

“We forgot our initiative to require that those who can participate as judges and magistrates have five years of experience. I have been against that, however, we forgot,” said the president.

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