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Monterey.- Pan deputies submitted proposals this Monday to amend the state’s constitution, to subject Governor Samuel Garcia to the mandate’s repeal.
PAN members assure that it aims to guarantee the right of the citizens of Nuevo León to use the instrument to revoke the mandate of the governor elected for the constitutional period 2021–2027, ie the current president.
The amendment is proposed to amend provisional Articles 1 and 2 of the Reform to the State Constitution contained in Decree 84, issued by Congress on December 17, 2021, which establishes that the repeal of the mandate will take effect from December 5. October 2025, that is, they will apply to the next head of the state executive.
Deputies pointed out that this reform is necessary to prevent violations of the rights of citizens, by applying this figure to the acting governor.
“This seriously affects the rights of the citizens of this entity, who, during the three months following the expiration of the third year of the present constitutional term, are restricted from the right to make decisions and request requests in the performance of the situation. The Governor in office, He noted.
Another initiative presented by PAN members was on several articles of civil participation law, as the recent constitutional reform has implied the obligation to make regulatory adjustments, which do not use various concepts such as referendum and referendum, as well as include Specific rules for the revocation of the mandate of the head of the local executive power, among others.