AMLO: eliminating trusts from the Judiciary would be austerity

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President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said that eliminating trusts from the Judicial Branch It would be acting in accordance with republican austerity.

"Regarding the effects that the reform or the changes to the budget initiative may have on the Judiciary, I do not believe that it will affect anything, that trust that is in question is practically not used, it is a reserve that they have there to maintain privileges of senior public officials (...) ands to act in accordance with the principle of republican austerity".

In La Mañanera from the National Palace, the federal president asked the Budget Commission of the Chamber of Deputies to explain what the trajectory has been and How the trust was established.

"There is very little that is exercised, it accumulates and accumulates more and more and there you have it, it is a little guard, so it is not going to affect the workers, I said it yesterday."

"How is it that they have Juárez there in the SCJN if in fact they are acting against the republican austerity that President Juárez put into practice, who said that the public servant, let's see if you put it, with that the lawyers, sometimes you have to read the article to them so they can find their way.

López Obrador stressed that there is no problem in eliminating trusts from the Judicial Branch, "because these are privileges, they are not going to be left without salaries, sin their basic benefits, no one is going to be fired.

"In the event that the Chamber of Deputies decides on this, although the conservatives, well I can't say that anymore, well the reactionaries, are saying...For what 15 billion pesos? They can say that in Congress, but it would help a lot, for example, for scholarships for students from poor families because only at the high school level are the scholarships universal, that is, there are already three programs that are universal, senior citizens are for everyone (. ..)".


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