THAT now yes, after the elections, the local deputies are retaliating the monthly and daily diet they have between four and five sessions, in addition to the two assistances to the plenary session each week, because the countdown has already started and many want to break a record of initiatives presented; although they are not always of importance, because although some presume to be very active, they forget to recognize that much of what is presented are simple exhortations, adaptations of other entities, inscription of sentences in the plenary hall … anyway.
That The anxiety continues in some future deputies who, if necessary, could be removed from the list of proportional representation of the Legislature due to the need to guarantee gender parity. If it is any consolation, in the end it is not so harmful to some because in any case they had been rescued, as the first minority, from the list of those who did not win on June 6.
THAT Curiously, Mexicans have aroused a lot of interest in serving as electoral observers this August 1 at the Popular Consultation that will be held throughout the country, as it is known, to determine if they initiate investigations against former politicians. The other interesting piece of information is that 9 thousand 334 requests from countrymen and only one from a foreigner arrived at the local INE Board. Could it be that beyond the borders they do take things seriously?
THAT the Consultation, at least until now, is expected to occur at an orange health alert traffic light. After the exercise there will be more issues of attention, such as the requirement of the National Union of Parents (UNPF) that manifested in favor of face-to-face classes being resumed exclusively when the entity is green, for the health and safety of the entire school community. And it is that the rebound in positive cases of covid-19 is severe and seems willing to disobey presidential orders.
That, also derived from the pandemic, it is warned that other crises will worsen: the income of households in the State of Mexico fell 3.5 percent during 2020 (according to Inegi) in relation to 2018. And that families stopped spending in transportation, supplies, shoes, clothing, and all those things that a back to school will involve. Let’s see how the question of the pocket is put.