The coordinator of the Morena caucus in the Senate, Ricardo Monreal Avilaspoke in favor of drawing up a new opinion about the presence of Armed forces in public security tasks, but that it be the product of the analysis and participation of all parliamentary factions and not just the Morena and the PRI.
At the closing of the Legislative Workshop “10 for Mexico”, Monreal Ávila assured that his parliamentary group is not looking for a bipartisan agreement Morena-PRIbecause the intention is that we can all build an alternative.
“We have to demonstrate to society that we have the capacity and that we are not interested in political rifts,” he stressed.
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“Next week we will convene all the political forces, and in an honest, serious, open manner, we will all seek together how we can build an alternative drafting proposal in which we all agree. I do believe in consensus, I think we can achieve it, I think it’s time to think about Mexico, not to think about a personal position, “he said.
Ricardo Monreal spoke out for looking for a new reform alternative and “rediscuss” with freedom and plurality the possibility of a meeting in the Senate with all the political forces.
* With information from Luis Carlos Rodríguez
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