The Secretariat of the Comptroller General in Mexico City has been suspended from its functions by Sandra Cuevas as mayor of Cuauhtémoc, but the official has protection that allows him to remain in office.
The comptroller’s office reports that administrative liability procedures have been initiated against the mayor of Cuauhtémoc for non-serious violations derived from an event that occurred on October 1, 2021, on the occasion of his protest and the appointment as General Director of Administration of a person who does not meet the profile established by the Organic Law of Mayors of Mexico City.
When the stages of the procedure have been exhausted, the Internal Control Body determines to impose sanctions on Sandra Cuevas, consisting of suspension of work, position, or commission for 15 calendar days in the first case and 30 calendar days in the second.
Likewise, it is determined to punish the general director of administration, the director of human resources, the deputy director of labor affairs and personnel movements, and the head of the Departmental Personnel Movements Unit with a penalty consisting of suspension from work, position, or commission within 15 calendar days.
“Until now, the Mayor’s authorities have refused to implement the corresponding sanctions against the mayor.”
In response, the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office confirmed that Sandra Cuevas was not suspended from her post and remained active as the ruler of that demarcation derived from the protection resolution granted by the Federal Judicial Branch.
This Thursday, Sandra Cuevas was seen supporting emergency personnel in the fight in a rubber flip-flop warehouse in the Historic Center of Mexico City.