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Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity (MCCI) and México Justo (MJ) obtained a new court order by which the legislative authorities are ordered to suspend for the second time the procedure for the appointment of the new Taxpayer Defense Attorney.

The foregoing under the argument, presented to the Judiciary, that the candidates sent by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador () do not meet the minimum requirements of experience and autonomy required by the Organic Law of the Taxpayer Defense Attorney. .

In his resolution, the First District Judge in Administrative Matters in the State of Nuevo León, warns the authorities that in case of disobeying the suspension issued, they will be responsible for the crime provided for in the Amparo Law that contemplates the sanction of dismissal and disqualification and imprisonment from three to nine years.

“When it was verified that the second list sent by the Executive to the Senate of the Republic is again a simulation where legal procedures are violated and, therefore, the rights of taxpayers, the Judge acted accordingly and was consistent with the first suspension granted.

The requirements established by law for the appointment of the head of said body must be strictly fulfilled by the authorities that participate in the appointment process. ” Juan Carlos Pérez Góngora, president of México Justo, shared in a statement.

Since last June, MCCI and MJ have judicially stopped the appointment of the new attorney because none of the three candidates presented by the Executive meets the minimum requirements required by law to hold the position.

Mexicans Against Corruption and Impunity (MCCI) and México Justo (MJ) obtained a new court order by which the legislative authorities are ordered to suspend for the second time the procedure for the appointment of the new Taxpayer Defense Attorney.

The foregoing under the argument, presented to the Judiciary, that the candidates sent by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador () do not meet the minimum requirements of experience and autonomy required by the Organic Law of the Taxpayer Defense Attorney. .

In his resolution, the First District Judge in Administrative Matters in the State of Nuevo León, warns the authorities that in case of disobeying the suspension issued, they will be responsible for the crime provided for in the Amparo Law that contemplates the sanction of dismissal and disqualification and imprisonment from three to nine years.

On November 4, sent a “new” shortlist where he reiterated Carlos Alberto Puga Bolio and Marta Patricia Jiménez Oropeza and added the name of Rafael Chong Flores, a person that both organizations point out for not having the minimum experience necessary to occupy the position

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