Democratic figures that should be mechanisms to guarantee and promote accountability of rulers, i.e. that their exercise of government responds to civil interests, are being subverted and employed in the pursuit of vain interests.
The civil consultation exercise used to prosecute former presidents, as well as to repeal mandates, became, in practice, a practice promoted by Morenoit governments to measure or increase their popularity. They were flawed from start to finish.
The same is happening with the impeachment figures. In the capital of Sinaloa, Culiacán, a political trial is underway against the Mayor of Morenista, Jesus Estrada Ferreiro. Despite being a government exercise characterized by arrogance, confrontation and neglect of vulnerable groups, there are no criminal/legal reasons that support the application of a political trial.
Even if we compare their “faults” with the reasons that led to the impeachment of other rulers in our country, Estrada is a small thing. The antecedents in Mexico are: Obrador in 2006 for disobeying a definite suspension order in the cases of Emparo; And in 2009 Cesar Godoy accused of having ties to the Michoacán family cartel.
So what was Estrada’s crime? oppose the governor.
In this context, talk has begun that the impeachment mechanism could be applied to other municipal presidents of Sinaloa, such as the “chemical Benitez” in Mazatlán and Cosala. The same ones who have harassed even the Governor and been dissatisfied with official politics.
What happens here is that what Morena cannot and should not solve politically or through his party’s internal control mechanisms, he seeks to be resolved through democratic figures and institutions that should be at the service of citizens and not grievances. To. Militants/Rulers of Morena.
This is a symptom of the problem of origin that Murray presents. They have never worked to consolidate themselves as a party: they have created no framework, little to no mechanism to channel and resolve disagreements. And, less than that, they have taken care to train their members politically, so they lack the ability to resolve discrepancies with politics.
It also fits into the logic of left-wing governments: to use citizens’ institutions and taxes for their own sake. This is a parasitic argument. Well, while the Sinaloa Congress should discuss an agenda that responds to the interests of citizens and Sinaloa, they are discussing and debating the governor’s dissatisfaction with a mayor.
Dirty rags are washed at home, why do they splatter the citizens?
Shouldn’t they focus on more fundamental issues? How can we justify ourselves for the murder of our colleague Luis Enrique Ramirez?
Political trial, in whose service and in whose service?