AMLO and Sánchez Cordero could be dismissed for omissions before co

He explained that the omission of the authorities to dictate sufficient sanitary measures to prevent the spread of the epidemic, constitutes an act prohibited in article 22 of the Constitution, since they impact on the right to health and, ultimately, on the right to the life of the Mexican community.

According to Coparmex, the decision to carry out the consultation, in addition to putting the health of Mexicans’ families at risk, is putting at risk the most important industrial investment that has occurred during the last decades in Baja California, in the run-up to a strong world economic crisis.

He stressed that, beyond the result, the consultation will set a serious precedent for certainty in future investments in Mexico, which could be postponed or even stopped, due to the lack of legal certainty to carry them out.


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