Morena, PVEM, PT and PES promote poverty and federal crime reduction
PAN, PRI, PRD and Grupo Plural pointed out that “we have an undemocratic, insecure and inhumane government”
Within the framework of the analysis of the V Government Report, senators from different political forces that make up the Senate, reviewed the results of the domestic policy initiated by the federal Executive last year.
For Morena, Senator José Narro Céspedes maintained that the policies of the Executive have strengthened our economy, which is reflected in the well-being of the people, because nine million men and women in Mexico have come out of poverty. In addition, he emphasized that there has been a clear decrease in federal crimes.
José Alfredo Botello Montes, senator of the National Action, says that “we have a deeply undemocratic, authoritarian and opaque government,” which reflects the style of the President of the Republic, characterized by not listening and avoiding dialogue with different political forces. , in addition to insulting those they manage.
Meanwhile, Senator Claudia Edith Anaya Mota, from the PRI bench, points out that the internal policy is not humanistic, because migrants are criminalized by the use of the National Guard in immigration tasks. He also criticized that there is an exodus of Mexicans to the United States because of the high level of violence.
Marco Antonio Gama Basarte, senator of the Movimiento Ciudadano, stated that internal politics is “another of the failures of the Executive Branch,” because anyone who needs to find harmony in the Republic, dedicates himself every day to sowing of hatred and division between Mexicans and Mexicans. .
The senator of PVEM, Graciela Gaitán Díaz, indicated that thanks to the internal policy promoted by the current administration, Mexicans have greater trust in the institutions, describing the decrease in the index of the perception of insecurity, “referring to progress with visible results.”
The coordinator of the PT Parliamentary Group, Senator Geovanna Bañuelos de la Torre, emphasized that “the Fourth Amendment of the country has the face of a woman,” because the internal policy falls to Luisa María Alcalde Luján, Secretary of the Interior . In addition, he stated that his party will continue to promote the reforms necessary to recognize and protect the rights of the most vulnerable people.
For PES, Senator Marcela Mora Arellano stated that for the first time Mexico has a government that socializes political power and involves society in decision-making; “This transformative government is implementing a culture of peace and rebuilding the social fabric, putting the dignity of the people at the center.”
From the PRD, Senator Antonio García Conejo considers that the new approach to local policy must be based on dialogue; However, there is a weakening of institutions and respect between the Powers of the Union, “for this reason, we must move to a new form of agreement with the federal Executive, where respect for federalism and autonomy of states have the privilege. and municipalities.”
Senator Gustavo Enrique Madero Muñoz, of the Plural Group, indicated that the current administration promised to be progressive and democratic; However, he emphasized that he failed, because he abandoned the care of the population amid uncertainty and lack of health services to maintain the balance of public finances.
At that time, Senator Claudia Ruiz Massieu Salinas pointed out that one of the big gaps is the lack of action by the government to guarantee the rights of the people; “We are suffering from a national epidemic of disappearance, a manifestation of physical and psychological violence against women and the constant violation of justice, health and education.”