MEXICO CITY (AP) .- Tatiana Clouthier, presented by Andrés Manuel López Obrador as secretary of citizen participation in the Segob, gave the go-ahead for the proposal of the Mexican Federation's employers' organization (Coparmex) to reform the constitution, 102 Autonomous and independent parquet.
After having met with the president of the business organization, Gustavo de Hoyos Walther, and with members of the confederation, Clouthier clarified that the new Office of the Prosecution is different and implies first to design the Organic Law, in cooperation with the UNAM and the Center for Human Rights. Economic research and education (CIDE).
"They (the Coparmex) bring a path, I believe they have long mapped out a route, their route is one, super welcome, that has to do with the right way of what they do for the citizens' initiative. route and we will have to meet each other in Congress on 1 September, "he explained in an interview after the meeting.
He then added: "I am now working to take the first step in the organic law, we have our own procedure at the moment, and it is the one we have agreed with some organizations to work on the organic law to to emerge Congress and Congress take the decision and that is where we are at the moment. "
According to Coparmex, the establishment of the Office of the Prosecutor General of the Republic (FGR), which replaces the PGR, is a great opportunity to have an institution that really investigates the crimes of those who act out of law without continues. our country
The business body proposed the establishment of a temporary prosecutor, who will be in office from December to September 2021. To speed up his appointment, the transitional officer must be chosen according to the traditional method, with a shortlist representing the Federal Executive to the Senate.
For the manager, the inoperability of the current PGR makes it possible for those responsible for 37,000 disappearances since 2007 and those who committed more than 120,000 deliberate killings committed since 2012 to stay in Mexico.