For the first time in his administration, the president of the Human Rights Commission (CNDH), Rosario Piedra Ibarraexploded against opposition lawmakers in his work report, when he was criticized for his performance and used the example of his mother, the historical activist, Rosario Ibarra de Piedra.
During the presentation of his fifth work report before the Permanent Commission, he was strongly questioned by the congressmen of PAN, PRI, Citizen Movement, and PRDbecause of his closeness to the Chief Executive and his administration, in addition to the lack of protection of victims of violence, searching for mothersto children with cancer, to displaced people, migrants and journalists.
the ombudsperson demanded by the false defenders of human rights not to use his mother’s name Rosario Ibarra de Piedraestablished the Committee on Eureka!.
“I am calling here to please stop using my mother’s name, she must be in her grave shaking with anger, seeing how the usurpers of the demands of all the people of Mexico, for freedom, justice against inequality, now they have become champions. of freedom of expression, of the freedom of migrants, of the freedom of ombudspersons of the National Human Rights Commission,” he demanded.
One of the legislators who reminded the official of his mother’s memory was the senator of the plural group Germán Martínez Cazares, who in the gallery showed him a photo of Rosario IbarraManuel Clouthier and Cuauhtemoc Cardenasas an example of its commitment to democracy and plurality.
“Rosario Piedra, the memory of his mother remains good for him,” he said.
Ibarra Piedra assures that the simulation remains
Ibarra Stone He stated that simulation and bureaucracy were left behind and that now there is a National Human Rights Ombudsman that Mexicans have been asking for for years.
He stated that the changes made in The CNDH “destroyed” the myth of autonomous bodies that require golden bureaucracy, and, moreover, it is no longer the organ invented by neoliberals because it serves people better.
“There has been a 4-year permanent push to leave an institutional dynamic made for simulation and bureaucracy, fully applicable to the agreement of impunity and silence that has dominated the authorities for the past 70 years,” he said.
He explained that during his administration, 508 recommendations pending compliance were resolved. The president of the CNDH reported that in 2023, 13,001 files were resolved, and with them, 37,961 people who were aggrieved and/or complained were supported in providing solutions to their problems, representing 62.90% of the files that ended.