MONTERREY, 27 August (good) .- The Electoral Court of the Judicial Department of the Federation (TEPJF) has withdrawn two PRIs from the PRI and handed them over to the coalition Together We Will Make History, which is now reinforcing its presence in the next parliamentary term. from Nuevo León.
The determination of the Regional Chamber of Monterrey (SRM) reverses the decision of the State Court (TEE) on August 13, when it ordered the National Electoral Commission (CEENL) to aggregate the votes of the coalition and not in the individual of the parties Morena PES and PT, which it integrated in the July 1 elections.
Thus, according to the new ruling, will remain without curul the three colors Alvaro Ibarra, who was Secretary-General of the Government in the State and Juan Manuel Cavazos, exdiputado federal.
Because of the challenge expected of the tricolor, it is not yet known what the final configuration will be of the 75th parliamentary term, consisting of 26 delegates with a relative majority, and 16 pluris and proportional, who will take office on Saturday, 1 September.
The Monterrey Chamber today resolved 32 issues related to the integration of the local Congress, presented on August 14, of which 10 for the challenges of the proportional majority election, which did not change, and the remaining 22 for those of proportional representation, which reconfiguration in the distribution of the seats.
Firstly, the federal authority pointed out that the TEE was wrong in the final calculation of the multinomials, as it should have made summations for each party in the individual, not as a coalition. Similarly, this government body was unequal in the distribution of pluris, because it did so when the results of the relative majority were still unsolved, indispensable information for the final allocation of seats.
With today's changes, the Nuevo Leon Congress will have a fair representation of 21 men and 21 women.
For now enter representation and pluris: PVEM, 1; PRI, 4; Brunette 3; PAN, 3; MC, 3, and PT and Honeycomb, each 1.
These changes that rearrange the partisan configuration in the local political scene contribute to the revocation of majorities that CEENL in Monterrey and Guadalupe had given to the PAN, with what was now the victory for the candidates of the PRI, a decision that also is judged in courts.