Mexico City- Sandra Esther Vaca Cortes, appointed as recruiter of women of a supposed prostitution network of Cuauhtémoc Gutiérrez de la Torre, protested after the dismissal of the PRI deputy, Edna Mariana Gutiérrez.
This Tuesday Mariana Gutiérrez asked in the first ordinary session of the Legislature of the Capital Congress to get a permit for the position to 'accept their interests & # 39;
In an economic vote, the plenary session approved the permit and Vaca Cortés asked to protest against the accusation.
Vaca Cortés was mentioned in an investigation by the team of journalist Carmen Aristegui as responsible for recruiting women from a prostitution network at the service of Cuauhtémoc Gutiérrez de la Torre.
Edna Mariana Gutiérrez was proposed by the PRI in number two of her list of alternates of proportional representation for the first main conference and Vaca Cortés was appointed as her deputy.
The session started an hour later than expected, after which the list was passed on to the deputies until 9:52 am.
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