CITY OF MEXICO.
Although this 6-year term began with a multiple conference that allowed President Enrique Peña Nieto to complete fourteen structural reforms, it is concluded with a legislative power of the opposition, which will now control the glory of the VI government report and the agenda of the last three months of the PRI in the federal government.
During the installation of the LXIV legislature, the visions of the current government and the new one, that of the president-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, were confronted.
In giving the positioning of the PRI, the senator Claudia Ruiz Massieu confirmed that in her party they are not mercenaries of the policy that will be change of loyalty, project and ideology as soon as the power turns into different hands. He tried to continue, but they yelled at her.
The lawmakers of Morena and their allies, in a deafening way, told him from one to 43, referring to the Ayotzinapa normalists.
"It has very little shame to come here to say that they have served the country for decades if they have served the country and looted it, they are throwing a country into ruins," said Mario Delgado, leader of Morena deputies. .
Porfirio Muñoz Ledo, president of the San Lázaro Board of Directors, starts a "different regime".
"I emphasize the honorable word on this occasion because we want the legislature to be a reason of honor and not of disgrace to our compatriots," he exclaimed.
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The LXIV legislature has a different face than six years ago. The six-year term began with a multiple conference that allows President Enrique Peña Nieto to implement 14 structural reforms, but will conclude with a senate and an opposition chamber of deputies, who will verify the glory of the VI government report and the agenda of the last three months of the federal government.
Although San Lazaro was painted ice yesterday, it was not a hindrance to the views of the government in turn, of Peña Nieto, and of the incoming, of Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Claudia Ruiz Massieu was in charge of the majority of Morenoite. The senator and the national leader of the PRI took the floor to warn that they are not mercenaries of politics, that they change loyalties, projects and even ideology as soon as the power of owner changes. He tried to continue, but they kept quiet.
Morena and her allies, including those of the PRD, rose from their seats and counted deafening from one to 43 and demanded justice, in reference to the 43 normalists of Ayotzinapa. Ruiz Massieu only realized, let them finish and went on.
"We PRIs are not mercenaries of politics," he said and immediately an ironic "no" was heard.
She smiled at the mockery and criticism, but was responsible for making it clear to Morena that the tricolor paid the political costs of Treasury reform, the Energy and other laws that will serve as a scaffolding at the time when López Obrador and Morena assume responsibility. to be government.
Much acclaimed, Mario Delgado, coordinator of Morena deputies, was responsible for answering the niece of Carlos Salinas de Gortari: "Whether we are in the cynics' night or it seems that there are different parties who did not understand the message It is utterly disgraceful to say here that they have served the country for decades when they have served and plundered the country, and they are destroying a country. "
His speech was sealed by a crowd screaming with exuberance: "It is an honor to be with Obrador!".
The confrontations took place despite the fact that the chairman of the board, Porfirio Muñoz Ledo, addressed the honorable congress:
"On this occasion I would like to emphasize the honorable word, because we want the legislature to be a reason for honor and not shame for our compatriots," he said.
A parliamentary group that stood between the sword and the wall was the PVEM. Carlos Puente, deputy and national leader of the Green, praised Peña Nieto, called him brave, leader, a real head of state, that he whistles and whines "out!" Completed.
The PRIs applauded him, but their smile faded when Puente recognized the leadership of López Obrador and held out his hand. They did not make gestures, only Enrique Ochoa laughed.
Another person who climbed the ring was Dante Delgado, a senator from MC, who demanded that the Morenoites should not be subordinate to the Executive, and would not fall into what they have so often criticized.
The Morenoites will have their first betrayal of the city if they do not roll back the petrol, he said.
Encarrilado, Juan Carlos Romero Hicks, coordinator of the PAN in San Lazaro, launched poisoned arrows against state deputies appointed by the president-elect; his bank applauded.
"We want to disagree with the retrograde vision of the next government, which is (…) a nineteenth-century vision, a vision that seeks to ignore the sovereignty of every federal entity," he said.
Session for history
Porfirio Muñoz Ledo has been tenant of San Lazaro for decades.
At the beginning of the session, and for the heads of INE and TEPJF, Porfirio Muñoz Ledo recalled that only 30 years ago in San Lazaro the first parliamentary claim was filed with a President of the Republic.
He did not say so, but it was precisely Muñoz Ledo who first reprimanded an all-powerful PRI president, Miguel de la Madrid, during his sixth report from the government.