The Senate of the Republic dismisses Ricardo Salgado Perilliat Commissioner, National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI) on the afternoon of this Thursday, 27 April.
With 67 votes against Murray and allies and 43 votes for yes, the result of the vocation indicated that the required majority of three-fifths of the total had not been met. hence Opposition MLAs said they are not going to get up to move the new resolution later he took the stage.
The anger of the PRI, PAN, and PRD legislators is rooted in the fact that Ricardo Monreal, Murray’s coordinator in the Senate, said that the leaders of each bench had agreed with INAI to nominate Perilliet as one of the three commissioners missing from the plenary session.
“I managed to get the parliamentary group Supports a point of agreement that I am going to present to the political coordination board proposing three names or the one we’re going to take out best of quintessence take out only one of the three so as not to scatter, ”announced Monreal.
Shouting “Transparency!” and “We’re not bargaining for chips!” Legislators demonstrated while the cameras pointed to Montreal who was talking on the phone while surrounded by other senators.
The day before, Blanca Lilia Ibarra, President Commissioner of the INAI, reiterated the call to the Senate, with a view to the conclusion of the current regular session, so Complete the process of appointing three commissioners,
“Mexico must have solid institutions that fight corruption, meet the needs of citizens and allow the achievement of democratic ideals And, to achieve this, it is necessary to maintain respect for the autonomy of institutions,” he said.
What happened this Thursday angered the opposition parties and Marco Cortes, the national leader of PAN, said that “The pro-govt brute force in Congress wants to continue destroying the country, In addition to supporting the seizure of the Senate platform, Murray would have to abide by the constitution and appoint INAI commissioners.