Reginaldo Sandoval, coordinator of the Labor Party (PT) in the Chamber of Deputies, emphasizes that the representation of his party in both Chambers of Congress no longer allow corruption and impunity, with the legal alliance that will integrate with Morena.
"On this historic and unprecedented election day, the Mexican people, marked by their diversity and plurality, gave their absolute and unconditional confidence to their people's representatives to start a broad process of reconstruction, reinvention and restructuring of a real state," he said. .
He pointed to commitments such as the defense of women's rights and the elimination of gender violence; as well as with human rights, and he remembered government crimes such as the massacre of October 2, 1968 and the disappearance of the 43 normalists of Ayotzinapa.
The PT offered three minutes of his time in the stands during the session of the general congress, so that the non-party senator, Emilio Álvarez Icaza, would speak.