I wish there was peace to resolve tensions in the TEPJF: AMLO – Hermosillo Hoy


Likewise, he said that the conflict in the TEPJF is a political matter related to the 2024 elections.

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador stated that the conflict that broke out in theSuperior Chamber of the Electoral Tribunal of the Judicial Branch of the Federation (TEPJF) has to do with the electoral process, and it is better not to comment on it. However, the federal president expressed his hope that it is the people who have “the reins” of the Government and can change the authorities.

“I don’t have an opinion on that, I apologize, because it is something that has to do with the electoral process and it is better not to give an opinion and to hope that there is unity, harmony so that the people can freely choose their authorities,” the federal president told an attendee at his morning conference who questioned him about the conflict yesterday, Thursday, in the session of the TEPJFwhere 3 of 4 magistrates tried to remove the presiding magistrate Reyes Rodríguez Mondragón.

The president said that those who make up the electoral justice bodies must guarantee that in the country there are “clean and free elections, effective suffrage, voting, effective, effective democracy” and added that it is very important to guarantee effective democracy and that it is not a facade, “not simulation, never again the deception that an oligarchy with a façade of democracy dominates the country,” said the president.

Yesterday, three of the five electoral magistrates of the Superior Chamber of the TEPJF wanted to force the presiding magistrate Reyes Rodríguez Mondragón to leave his position during a recess in the session of this body under the argument of loss of confidence, but he refused and ordered that do it in a public session.

However, President López Obrador this Friday refused to specify why he considers the conflict to be political and related to the 2024 electoral process and took the opportunity to promote his political-electoral reform initiative, which seeks to ensure that all judges, ministers and magistrates are elected by the people through universal vote.

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