States Enlist Legal Battle for Trusts; Federalist Alliance

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 States Enlist Legal Battle for Trusts; Federalist Alliance


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States Enlist Legal Battle for Trusts; Federalist Alliance


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States Enlist Legal Battle for Trusts; Federalist Alliance

Governors who are members of the Federalist Alliance will initiate a legal strategy against the disappearance of 109 trusts.

The plan involves promoting at least 10 constitutional controversies, an unconstitutionality action in conjunction with legislators, as well as the massive presentation of amparo lawsuits against the decision.

After meeting in Aguascalientes, the leaders that make up the alliance stressed that they will seek to stop what they described as a campaign of resources by the federal government.

“We are going to combat the concentration that the federal government is trying to make of 68 billion pesos that were in those trusts and that today it is turning them into a product or use, which means that that money becomes a surplus resource, that is, with they can do whatever you want ”, explained the governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro.

10 states will present controversies

Governors accuse the federal government of the resources to use them in the 2021 elections, so they will undertake a joint legal strategy.

The Federalist Alliance announced a legal strategy to stop what it described as an agandalle by the federal government of the resources of the 109 trusts that the Chamber of Deputies disappeared.

After the interstate meeting they held in Aguascalientes, the 10 leaders that make up this group announced that they will present constitutional controversies no later than two weeks.

“Each state is going to go with a constitutional controversy. We are going to combat the concentration that the federal government is trying to make of 68 billion pesos that were in those trusts and that today it is turning them into product or use, which means that that money becomes a surplus resource, that is, with them you can do whatever you want, ”explained the governor of Jalisco, Enrique Alfaro.

The president of Tamaulipas, Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca, emphasized that the federal government intends to “seize” the money from the 109 trusts and for this it undertook a “very crude” strategy with which it deceives Mexicans under the argument that it is about from the fight to corruption.

The governor of Coahuila, Miguel Riquelme, warned that given the extinction of these funds, there is no clear definition of the destination of the extinction of the resources they manage.

“In reality they seek to generate a political discretion to manage these resources towards an obviously electoral year,” said Javier Corral, from Chihuahuan.

Michoacan Silvano Aureoles pointed out that, by law, banks cannot deliver funds to the federal government.

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The host governor, Martín Orozco, added that the Federalist Alliance will promote the presentation of massive amparo lawsuits by the beneficiaries of the trusts.

Legislative liaisons also attended, such as Senator Claudia Ruiz Massieu and Federal Deputy Marco Antonio Adame, with whom an unconstitutionality action will be promoted.

They ask for 100% vaccines against influenza

The governors of the Federalist Alliance will demand that the federal government acquire the more than 120 million vaccines against influenza that are required to make a total coverage to guarantee the health of the population.

During the second interstate meeting held by the 10 leaders that make up the group, they agreed that the health secretaries of these entities – Aguascalientes, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Colima, Durango, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Tamaulipas, Michoacán and Nuevo León – will prepare a document for Make the formal request to the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP).

The governor of Nuevo León, Jaime Rodríguez, explained that the concern is because the Federation acquired vaccines only for 20 percent of the population, that is, 35 million.

He indicated that in the face of the crisis experienced by the covid-19 pandemic and the arrival of the influenza season, there is a very significant risk if they are combined.

“The mixture of covid-19-influenza is very powerful and this can lead us to have another problem from an economic point of view, then our health secretaries will make a document that may be a formal request to the Ministry of Finance to allocate the resources and 120 million vaccines for influenza are purchased ”, he indicated.

He stressed that the states that make up the Federalist Alliance have a lower fatality rate due to the coronavirus than the rest of the country, “and we do not want us to have a regrowth, due to the neglect of the center, which we do see as possible.”

They deny misuse of resources

MORELIA, Mich.– The president of the Colegio de Michoacán (Colmich), José Antonio Serrano Ortega, rejected the allegations regarding the misuse of public resources within that institution, as one of the reasons that led to the elimination of the trust that received until this year.

He clarified that the trust funds for El Colegio de Michoacán are not received every year, but have been collected and accumulated, “and if I may use the word, harvested by students and teachers in recent years.”

He added that they do not receive 13 million pesos every year, but that this amount “is what we have at the moment and that is and will be used to support research projects, the library and the computer department, and scholarships for students. master’s and doctoral students ”.

He expressed that the extinction of the trusts is regrettable.

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