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Mexico denies postponement of legislative session on electricity law


Mexico denies postponement of legislative session on electricity law

Mexico City, Apr 16 (Prensa Latina) Morena's Whip at the Chamber of Deputies, Ignacio Mier, on Saturday denied that Monday's session on the electricity reform will be postponed and confirmed that they will discuss the 12 points proposed by the Mexican opposition.

Therefore, he denied rumors about the postponement because the ruling party’s majority bloc does not have enough votes required for the approval of the constitutional reform proposed by the government that has been already approved by the Supreme Court of Justice.

The Morena politician called on the National Action, Institutional Revolutionary, Democratic Revolutionary and Citizen Movement parties not to confuse themselves or want to confuse others with the presumed postponement and asked each one of them to play their part and take on responsibility before their voters and the homeland.

He accused those parties of the right-wing “Va por México” alliance of supporting Iberdrola, as they continue backing this Spanish transnational company that, together with US companies, oppose the national energy sovereignty that this reform seeks to establish.

Less than 24 hours before the beginning of the rough debate, and in view of these parties’ reticence to reject this patriotic proposal, a video is circulating on social media and the parliamentary web, asking who the opposition coalition represents and why it insists on betraying the homeland and handing over the resources of the Mexican people to foreigners.


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