Justice annuls part of López Obrador's electoral reform | News

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Nine ministers of the Supreme Court of Justice (SCJN) of Mexico voted to invalidate the first part of Plan B of secondary electoral law reforms promoted by the government of President López Obrador.


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Proposed by the Mexican president, approved by the Mexican Congress, but challenged by the National Electoral Institute, the alternative tries to reform two electoral laws: social communication and administrative responsibilities.

Adán Augusto López, Secretary of the Interior, declared that the judicial entity decided to protect private interests, "nine ministers went over the democratic will expressed by the popular representatives," he reproached on his account on the social network Twitter.

Likewise, he asserted that the Mexican people seek to regain confidence in their institutions, but the Supreme Court of Justice "decided to continue protecting private interests and, given this, there is no other way: Plan C at the polls," he called after the rejection by part of electoral reform.

The opposition parties Acción Nacional, Revolucionario Institucional and the Revolución Democrática have filed motions of unconstitutionality along with two other minor groups since the proposal appeared. The only votes against were those of the ministers Yasmín Esquivel and Loretta Ortiz.

The legislators of the ruling bloc, who constitute the majority, could relaunch the initiative with the same legal reforms, but now as part of a popular consultation process, although the majority of the SCJN is openly against the executive, especially its president Norma Piña .

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