INE needs 2.7 percent of Tren Maya

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For. Ruben Cortes

They can spend tons of saliva and ink on the government’s offensive against the INE. However, everything is very simple: the government seeks to eliminate the last bastion of participatory democracy in Mexico. But he disguises it as a money issue.

Although the controversy over money also ends immediately: the money that the INE needs to carry out the mandate revocation consultation and that the government denies, represents only 2.7 percent of what the president’s Mayan Train will spend in 2022.

In other words, the government denies the INE 1,700 million pesos so that it can organize a revocation consultation this year, just as impeccable as the elections won by the current president in 2018.

But nevertheless:

-The government denies 1,700 million pesos to the INE to organize the president’s consultation to revoke the mandate, but it assigned 1,000 million pesos for this year just to divert just one line of the Mayan Train.

-The government denies 1,700 million pesos to the INE to organize the president’s mandate revocation consultation, but assigned 66.6 percent more wool to the Mayan Train this year than last year: that is, 62,942 million of weights.

–The government denies 1,700 million pesos to the INE to organize the consultation for the revocation of the mandate for the president, but it eliminated nine budgetary programs in Education for 22 million pesos.

–The government denies 1.7 billion pesos to the INE to organize the president’s mandate revocation consultation, but assigned more than 1 billion pesos to ProBéis, an office that promotes the practice of the president’s favorite sport.

-The government denies 1.7 billion pesos to the INE to organize the president’s mandate revocation consultation, but paid about nine million dollars to the Cuban government for 800 doctors from the island who came to CDMX and Veracruz.

–The government denies 1.7 billion pesos to the INE to organize the consultation for the revocation of the mandate for the president, but allows the Army and the Navy to make public trusts without structure, to receive and manage money from customs.

Although the government is honest when it says that money is not needed to carry out a referendum, since it canceled the Texcoco airport with one that it held on the sidewalks, and marking the voter’s finger with an ointment to cure foot fungus.

It is a democracy that costs the price of a pot of gentian violets.

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