Sinaloa.- The opinion on constitutional reforms with the objective that the unit performs revocation of mandate To the Governor of Sinaloa, it was approved Constitutional Points Commission and by the government of State Congress.
They agreed that the repeal of the mandate is a significant advance in the guarantee of participatory democracy, as it is conceived as one of the most appropriate methods for accountability.
“This ruling commission considers the proposals for reforms and additions to the political constitution of the State of Sinaloa to be timely and feasible, with reference to the repeal of the mandate in the proposed terms, with the aim of harmonizing the said figure with the federal parameters, which would allow Sinaloa to be a local executive. the right to take part in the procedures for the revocation of the mandate of any person possessing the power”, indicates the approved opinion.
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Another consideration taken into account is that The system of political representation has been strengthenedbecause it obliges that whoever is owned by the local executive shall perform its responsibilities, obligations and commitments assumed, otherwise the citizens of Sinaloa may use the said means to remove the head of state government from his office. can.
An opinion was formed based on a reform initiative submitted to the local Congress by Sinaloa Governor Rubén Rocha Moya; Parliamentary Groups of Morena and PAS and a Group of Citizens of Sinaloa.
The opinion was unanimously approved by the President, Secretary and Members of the Commission, Ambrosio Chávez Chávez, Feliciano Valle Sandoval, Elisabeth Chia Galávez, Veronica Guadalupe Batíz Acosta and José Manuel Luc Rojas, President, Secretary and Members.
Delegates approve Opinion for repealing mandate in Sinaloa