Mexico City / 07.26.2021 14:49:03
The Political Coordination Board (Jucopo) of the Senate agreed to hold an extraordinary period of sessions to ratify the appointment of Roberto Salcedo as the new head of the Ministry of Public Function (SFP) and postpone the entry into force of the reform regarding labor subcontracting or outsourcing.
In an official letter addressed to the president of the Permanent Commission of Congress, Eduardo Ramírez, the coordinator of the Senators of Morena, Ricardo Monreal, therefore requested to convene the extraordinary period this week.
“Derived from the fact that there are legislative issues that constitutionally and legally corresponds to the resolution of the Senate of the Republic, I respectfully inform you that the parliamentary majority agreed to hold an extraordinary period of sessions in the second recess of the third year of exercise of the 64th Legislature,” he said. .
Ricardo Monreal listed as issues to resolve the ratification of appointment of Roberto Salcedo as head of the SFP and the release of two initiatives, one by Morena and one by the PAN to postpone the entry into force of the outsourcing regulation, originally scheduled for August 1.
He recalled that the Chamber of Deputies agreed and formally requested to convene an extraordinary period of sessions to vote on the violations of legislators Benjamin Saúl Huerta, accused of rape against a minor, and Mauricio Toledo, accused of illicit enrichment.
In his case, the federal deputies would also discuss and approve the extension of the reform in the matter of labor outsourcing.