That The one who took advantage of the arguments of the magistrates of the State Electoral Court (TEE) to reinforce his position against the millionaire fines that the INE wants to impose on him was the elected governor, Samuel García.
It turns out that the magistrates of said body dismissed all the complaints filed by the state leadership of the PRD against him and confirmed the victory that the emecist obtained on June 6.
Neither slow nor lazy, the future president took the arguments of the local magistrates and assured that they, in the first instance, are throwing down some of the alleged irregularities that the INE wants to attribute to him.
It will be necessary to see if Samuel runs with the same fate before the Superior Chamber of the Electoral Tribunal of the Judicial Power of the Federation, which is the body that will define whether or not to fine the Citizen Movement for the support that his wife Mariana Rodríguez gave him in Bell.
That speaking of electoral issues, the person who once again delivered her to the TEE was the reelected mayor of Guadalupe, Cristina Díaz.
Being one of the most controversial and closed challenges, due to the difference in votes between first and second place, the magistrates, by majority, decided to maintain the victory of the PRI and dismiss the alleged grievances denounced by the former PAN candidate in that municipality.
However, it will now be necessary to see the legal route that Alfonso Robledo undertakes to see if in the federal electoral courts, either via the Monterrey Regional Chamber or the Superior Chamber, he achieves victory at the table.
That the federal Ministry of Health lit a new red light for Nuevo León.
And it is that according to the Epidemiological Bulletin, of the General Directorate of Epidemiology of that agency, the three typified levels of malnutrition in the country increased this year in the entity.
It is about mild, moderate and severe malnutrition, of which the first shot up 51.9 percent, while the second increased 45.45 percent, and the third rose 25.71 percent.