El Economista – Mexico City
This Thursday the opening of the second and last period of ordinary sessions of the third year of exercise of the LXV Legislature of the Chamber of Deputies and the Chamber of Senators was formally declared, which will be marked by the package of labor, electoral, to the Judiciary, which will be proposed on February 5 by the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
According to the majority group in San Lázaro (Morena, PVEM and PT), this Monday it is expected that the president Lopez Obrador send to the Chamber of Deputies reform initiatives on issues such as pensions, elimination of autonomous organizations, changes to the Judiciary, in matters of salary, as well as to modify electoral laws, to which these benches will give preference.
Regarding the initiatives announced by the head of the Executive, the PAN maintains that it will review all those that are presented and will support those that benefit the population, however, it announced that they will not allow the approval of any that violate democracy, such as the disappearance or reduction of autonomous organisms.
By declaring the opening of the ordinary period, Ana Lilia Riverapresident of the Board of Directors of the Upper House, anticipated “intense legislative activity” to the plenary session.
For its part, Ricardo Monrealonce again appointed coordinator of the Morena senatorial bench, announced that as president of the Political Coordination Board (JCP), the highest decision-making body of the Senate, he will seek consensus that guarantees the qualified majority of votes required to approve the constitutional reforms. presented by the head of the federal Executive.