Citigroup to exit consumer banking business in Mexico

MEXICO.- According to a recent report from the National Electoral Institute (INE) on the endorsement of signatures to encourage implementation of the revocation of the mandate, as of January 10, one of the two previous requirements had been met for compliance, since reaching the minimum support threshold in 17 of the 32 entities established by law. .

Similarly, the 2 million signatures that were pre-ratified have been exceeded, as 2 million 14 thousand 349 (73.03 percent) of the 3 percent of the nominal list required by law to carry out the revocation of the mandate. That is, 743 thousand 878 signatures will be lost for the organization of this exercise to be mandatory to complete the minimum threshold of 2 million 758 thousand 227.

At a press conference held at one of the three headquarters where INE reviewed signatures submitted on paper, the director of the Federal Voter Register, René Miranda, announced that they were “working on a forced march” for signature verification on paper, in where 480 civil servants work. With a firm question, he said that in principle the goal was to validate up to 3.5 million signatures, which would far exceed the minimum goal set out in the law.

Miranda announced that next week INE will conduct a survey among validated companies to verify with citizens whether they actually support the practice. He explained, based on his previous experience in signing autographs, this provision was incorporated into the guidelines that even when it was put forward by a political power, it was validated by the Electoral Assembly of the Federal Judicial Power.

The January 10 report on progress in reviewing signatures from 17 states that have reached the minimum threshold required by law are: Aguascalientes, Baja California Sur, Campeche, Colima, Chihuahua, Mexico City, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Morelos, Nayarit , Oaxaca, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosi, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala and Zacatecas.

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