CDMX.- The Chamber of Deputies registered in the last six months 13 applications for licenses to register as candidates for various popularly elected positions, for municipal presidencies or governorships, although some of them stand out for their low productivity in the low camera.
The list is headed by Claudia Delgadillo González, from the Green Ecologist Party of Mexico (PVEM), who leaves her legislative activities to register as a candidate for the Together We Make History coalition (Morena, PT, PVEM) to run for the Governor of Jalisco. In these almost three years, the legislator presented 16 initiatives, 14 of them as a parliamentary block and only two of them of her authorship, one on the rights of children and another to classify the crime of violation of human dignity.
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There is the case of Deputy Laura Lorena Haro Ramírez (PRI), candidate of the PRI-PAN-PRD alliance to the government of Jalisco, with 71 initiatives, 37 of them as an adherent and group, and 33 initiatives in his personal capacity; Also notable is the legislator from Movimiento Ciudadano (MC), Gerardo Gaudiano Rovirosa, who is seeking the governorship of Tabasco, but on his own account he has only presented three initiatives, most of them in the field of education.
Also from the Citizen Movement is the representative Jessica María Guadalupe Ortega de la Cruz, who is seeking the governorship of Morelos and during her time in the Legislature she has presented four initiatives as an initiator, regarding gender equality and to modify the concept of abortion.
On the other hand, there are the legislators who requested leave to seek new positions, but who have proposed at least a dozen initiatives in their own capacity in these almost three years of legislature.
In this category is PRD deputy, Olga Luz Espinosa Morales, who is seeking the governorship of Chiapas and has 102 initiatives to his credit, 58 of them as an adherent and group, and 44 as an initiator.
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It is also Deputy Cecilia Patrón Laviada (PAN), who has presented 20 initiatives in his personal capacity, and is seeking the mayoralty of Mérida, in Yucatán. His proposals are in terms of support for fishing, social security, the environment, and education.
Salomón Chertorivski Woldenberg, deputy of Movimiento Ciudadano, seeking the head of Government of Mexico City, has presented 10 initiatives on issues of accountability, mobility, justice, and health.