MEXICO CITY.- The coordinator of Brunette at Senate, Ricardo Monreal Avila, recognized that the debate around the electrical reform of the president Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has generated a very polarized environment.
The senator morenista warned that for this reason, any comment, disqualification or attack by external actors to the Congress of the Union they can complicate the construction of agreements with the different factions.
I believe that the political environment is highly polarized, which is why I made a call yesterday that external actors allow us to deliberate with respect. If you deprive the disqualification, the attack and the comments found, it makes the discussion difficult, “he stated in an interview at the end of his participation in the 43rd Global Privacy Assembly 2021.
The deepest discussion in three years in the Senate
Monreal Avila detailed that the debate on the electricity reform in Chamber of Deputies “She will be the queen of discussions”, since it is the most profound modification that has been proposed in these three years, for which she reiterated her call to those who do not have knowledge and to those who are not legislators, that “allow us to deliberate, generate agreements and consensus within the chambers of the Congress of the Union“insisted the morenista.
He said that the bench of Brunette and his allies “we are all united, but the votes are not enough and we have to make an effort to talk with the other political parties to achieve the majority qualify, it is a deep, intense work, with a lot of energy and that we will not tire of looking for the possibility of consensus to approve the law.
“We are going to listen to all of them, including Manuel Bartlett [director general de la CFE] , but they cannot advance what the law will decide, what the legislator will approve. It makes it difficult for us inside, “he said.
Monreal trusts PRI analysis
The senator Monreal Avila he trusted that the PRI stay in the position of analyzing the reform and making a decision after open parliaments.
At Senate we are waiting, we will wait to see what happens in the Chamber of Deputies the next few days, but for me, this is the key reform in which we are immersed in your discussion. I am talking to all the parliamentary groups: With the PAN, with the PRI, with the FART“, he reiterated.
Monreal Avila detailed that from his trench he will continue to convince the opposition to electrical reform be approved.
The PRI has to assume itself as a modern party, as an institute that rebuilds its relationship with public power, as a party capable of reaching agreements. On the bench of Brunette and its allies we are all united, but the votes are not enough and we have to make an effort to talk with the other political parties to achieve a qualified majority and it is a deep, intense work with a lot of energy and that we will not tire of looking for the possibility consensus to approve the law, “repeated the morenista.