Toluca / 01.08.2021 18:03:52
The Political Coordination Board of the Mexican Legislature maintains in total secrecy the list of candidates for the Human Rights Commission (Codhem) Presidency, despite the fact that they promised to carry out an open and totally transparent process. So far there is only a report of seven records.
They went to Jucopo to register as applicants Myrna Araceli García Morón, who was a supernumerary magistrate and commissioner in Infoem, is currently in her second presidency at the head of the Administrative Court of Justice.
On the other hand, there are the former electoral councilor, Maria Guadalupe Gonzalez Jordán, who is also a Master of Law at UNAM; the sub-comptroller of Tlalnepantla, Moisés Jiménez González; Armando Martínez Peña, former human rights defender in Atizapán de Zaragoza and trainer in this area in Chihuahua; Edgar Humberto Cruz Martínez, member of the San Mateo Atenco Anticorruption System and coordinator of the Metepec DIF.
Similarly, they are registered Ricardo Moreno Garcia, consultant and lawyer, who worked in the State Attorney’s Office and the founder of the Zeferino Ladrillero Human Rights Center, Antonio Lara Duque, who as an activist has supported various organizations.
Jorge Olvera García, president of Codhem until August 3, decided at the last moment not to seek reelection.
Codhem since 1993
In December 1993, Codhem was created in the State of Mexico with Mireille Roccatti Velázquez at the helm; in 1997 the first visitor Miguel Ángel Contreras Nieto arrived and in 2001 the visitor Miguel Ángel Osorno Zarco until 2005.
Since then, only characters have directed this body, such as Jaime Almazán Delgado, then the former rector of the UAEM, Marco Antonio Morales Gómez, who was re-elected at the time.
In 2015 and until 2017 there was Baruch Delgado Carbajal and from there Jorge Olvera García, who had the opportunity to seek re-election but decided not to take that option.