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Congress contemplates dismissing and disabling Bronco

The Nuevo León Congress circulated a draft opinion that raised the possibility of dismissing the state governor, Jaime Rodríguez Calderón and disabling it for six years.

The opinion of the Anti-Corruption Commission responds to the new ruling issued by the Specialized Regional Chamber of the Electoral Court of the Judicial Branch of the Federation (TEPJF).

Another draft opinion also includes the dismissal of the Secretary General of Government, Manuel González and his disqualification for the same period as the Bronco. The opinions are separate and correspond to the penalties pending in the case of “bronchofirms.”

The opinion establishes that within the SUP-REP file 294/2018, the local Congress mentions the sanction against the Bronco for irregularities in the collection of signatures to guarantee its independent candidacy for the presidency of the nation.

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“The sanction consists in the dismissal of the position of governor of the state of Nuevo León and disqualification as a public servant,” states the opinion.

However, according to the resolution within the suspension incident, in the constitutional dispute 310/2019, issued by Minister Juan Luis González Alcántara Carrancá and the incidental resolution within the SRE-PSC file 153/2018, the sanction will not be executed until the means of constitutional control is resolved.

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