Task of democratizing the Judiciary: Sheinbaum

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The coordinator of the Transformation Defense committees, Claudia Sheinbaum, assured that the Fourth Transformation movement has the task of democratizing the Judiciary.

During the signing of the Agreement for Unity in Campeche, Morena's virtual candidate for the presidency of the Republic in 2024 expressed that they have the challenge in the next electoral process of achieving a majority in the Congress of the Union so that the ministers of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation are chosen by vote.

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Before militants and supporters of Morena, the former head of government of Mexico City, accused the Judiciary of "serve a few and not the people of Mexico." Sheinbaum Pardo highlighted that both the Executive and Legislative Branches are democratic, but not the Judicial Branch.

"The Executive Branch has already been democratized, the chambers have already been democratized and now we have to democratize the Judicial Branch and for that we need to win two thirds of the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, so that for the first time in a country a the judges by popular vote, that the ministers of the Supreme Court of Justice be elected by the people of Mexico"held.

In the assembly, Dr. Sheinbaum also expressed her hope that in 2024 Morena would win the presidency and ensure that all young people have access to university education.

"Education is a right, it is not a privilege, and the dream we have is that any young person who wants to study university has the right to study university for free. That there are no rejects in the country"he pointed.

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The governor of Campeche, Layda Sansores, and the national president of Morena, Mario Delgado.

The national leader recognized the call made by Claudia Sheinbaum to add more people who support the movement.

He reported that in Campeche 95 leaders signed the agreement, businessmen, athletes, academics, artists, activists, public officials, political personalities, union leaders and leaders of business chambers.

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