Morena and allies propose a cut of 21 thousand million to autonomous bodies in 2024

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With cuts of 21 billion pesos to autonomous bodies discussion and approval of the opinion of the Expenditure Budget of the Federation (PEF) 2024 in the Budget and Public Accounts Commission of the Chamber of Deputies.

The budget initiative that began circulating this Wednesday night proposes reductions to the Power of attorney for 6,500 million pesos; to the INE for 5 billion pesos; to the Chamber of Deputies for 937 million pesos. The Senate of the Republic for 410 million pesos. Meanwhile he INAI would have a reduction of 71 million pesos.

In the Superior Audit of the Federation (ASF) A reduction of 290 million pesos is also proposed.

The autonomous institutions that did not suffer reductions for the following year were the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH)which remains with the proposal of 1,172 million pesos and the Attorney General's Office (FGR) 19,333 million pesos.

Some dependencies that are maintained in the budget proposal are: Wellbeing with 543 thousand 933 million pesos; Environment with 70 billion pesos; Navy with 71,888 million pesos; Health with 96 thousand 990 million pesos.

While Public Education presented an increase of 13,262 million pesos; Infrastructure, Communications and Transportation also had an increase of 7 billion pesos.

The Federation Expenditure Budget (PEF) 2024 must be approved in plenary session before November 15.

The coordinator of the federal deputies of Morena, Ignacio Mier, announced that the PEF 2024 could be approved by the plenary session on November 12.

Mier is ready to expedite the trust for victims of Otis in Guerrero

Ignacio Miercoordinator of the Morena deputies, declared himself ready for an institutional meeting with the president of the Supreme Court, Norma Piña, the secretaries of the Interior, Luis María Alcalde, and the Treasury, Rogelio Ramírez de la O.

In addition to the parliamentary leaders in the Chamber of Deputies, to expedite the transfer of the 15 billion pesos from the trusts of the Judicial Branch, for the benefit of the population affected by Hurricane Otis in Guerrero.

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