It is a blow to the Constitution to pass the National Guard into the hands of Sedena: Sin Guerra collective.

It’s a military coup against the constitution the presidential agreement by which pwould roast the National Guard (GN) at the hands of the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena), denounced the Collective Without War.

“It is contempt for Congress, the imposition of the Armed Forces on civil power and a permanent condemnation for peace and new and previous victims,” ​​he reiterated.

Likewise, they accused the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation of remaining silent.

“Not only the congress must deny the reformthe Supreme Court must convene public hearings with victims and experts to already deliberate the issues that they have not wanted to resolve”, they wrote in a statement.

The group reiterated that since the six-year term of Felipe Calderón there has been an unconstitutional military expansion and that this continued with the Internal Security Law of Enrique Peña Nieto, since in both the armed forces participated in public security tasks.

Lastly, they pointed out that society “must manifest itself against the greatest threat democracy has ever received.”

For its part, the Mexican Commission for the Defense and Promotion of Human Rights (CMDPH) joined the statement.

“The SCJN You should not continue with your arms crossed, It is urgent that you resolve the issues that you have not wanted to address regarding the militarization of Mexico,” he wrote on Twitter.

This Monday, the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced during a morning press conference that it will issue an agreement for the National Guard to pass into the hands of the Secretary of National Defense (Sedena).

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He asserted that, as part of his powers as head of the Executive, can amend the regulations by decree.

“I can modify, if necessary, the internal regulations in the government, it can be by decree, it can be a reform of the Public Administration Law, regardless of what results from the constitutional reform, but these changes are necessary,” he declared. .

The ad has provoked criticism by organizations and politicals that ensure that it is a deepening militarization in the country.

This Tuesday, when questioned about whether the GN will cease to be a civil institution by forming part of SEDENA, López Obrador assured that it will not cease to be despite being in a military structure.

For its part, currently the SCJN still does not give a date for analysis and voting of four key challenges to the National Guard and the issuance of a presidential agreement that empowers the Mexican Army and the Mexican Navy to carry out permanent public security tasks, that is, that they could act with the same powers as an element of the police corporations .

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