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Mexico’s Senate in permanent session over revenue law

Mexico’s Senate in permanent session over revenue law

Mexico, Oct 22 (Prensa Latina) The United Commissions of Finance and Legislative Studies of the Mexican Senate is in permanent session to debate on the Revenue Law and the Fiscal Miscellaneous for 2022, which caused a big brawl among Deputies.
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The fray in the lower chamber due to the sharp disagreements between the four opposition parties and those of the pro-government coalition also moved to the Senate, but with a much higher pitch.

As the Deputies, the senators of the ultra-right-wing National Action Party (PAN) started the protest attempts.

PAN Senator Minerva Hernández insisted that Morena was trying to speed up and approve the minutes received yesterday from the Chamber of Deputies.

These arguments were rejected by the officialist Lucy Meza, who said that an open parliament was never proposed, as desired by the opposition.

The PAN twisted the meaning of an early commission meeting to begin work on the minutes of the Income Law, the Federal Law on Duties and the Tax Miscellaneous.

Deciding the contents is vital for the approval of the national budget, and therein lies the sense of the strong resistance of the opposing parties, which are unsuccessfully trying to manage the federal budget that they were unable to achieve due to their defeat in the last mid-term elections.

The plenary session of the Senate passed the bill yesterday and will meet this Friday with officials from the Treasury Department and the Tax Administration System, who must explain in detail the scope of the law and the miscellaneous issues related to the budget.


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