PRI deputies will not be submissive or surrendering to Governor Rubén Rocha Moya

Sinaloa.- The bench of the PRI within the Congress of the State of Sinaloa will not be submissive or surrendering during the government of Rubén Rocha Moya, but dialogue and agreements will be sought so that the governor-elect of Morena will do well, said the coordinator of the parliamentary group of the Institutional Revolutionary Party of the 64th legislature, Ricardo Madrid Pérez.

He defined that the actions of the deputies will be of a critical, serious, strong opposition and arguments, because it is not about going to “fight to fight” or shout, the only thing that will be done is to put on the table those important issues with elements and studies that will be defended.

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When confirming that this week the parliamentary group of the PRI of the 64th legislature is going to register, he said that he was waiting for the recovery of some elected deputies who had been infected with covid-19, which, fortunately, are already there well to comply with this procedure a little over two weeks after they assume their functions. In addition, he clarified that they have not yet reached an agreement in the commissions.

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