‘Indefatigable and determined’: Lilly Téllez supported Kenya López Rabadán in the face of ‘threats’ from AMLO

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Lilly Téllez attacked AMLO and defended Kenya López Rabadán (Photos: CUARTOSCURO)
Lilly Téllez attacked AMLO and defended Kenya López Rabadán (Photos: CUARTOSCURO)

During the morning conference on September 22nd, the President Andrés Manuel López Obrador exhibited to the senators the National Action Party (PAN) and the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) who voted against the amendment to extend the participation of the army in public security tasks until 2028.

In the list of opponents appeared the national president Kenya Lopez Rabadanwho interpreted the recording of his name as a threat. Under this tenor, people close to her showed their support in the face of the situation.

One of the people who turned out to be in his defense was his comrade-in-arms, Lilly Tellez. On social networks, the legislator accused López de Obrador of abusing the advantages that his position gives him and, on the contrary, praised López Rabadán for defending Mexicans.

“My solidarity and support for @kenialopezr in the face of AMLO’s abuse of power. she is a Tireless and determined Senatoralways at the foot of the gorge in defense of Mexico,” he wrote on his Twitter account.

His message was a reaction to the public denunciation of Kenya Lopez Rabadan on the who blamed the CEO for every attack against him. He revealed on the social network: “I hold him responsible for my safety and my life. If anything happens to me or my work team, it’s your fault. Enough threats!”

In addition to the President’s statements One fact that caused great outrage among the opposition was the pressure Adam Augusto Lopezgovernment secretary, exercised to obtain the necessary votes for agreeing to the change. Opponents revealed he was in a hotel near the Senate to try to bribe.

AMLO showcased the opponents who voted against reform to expand the armed forces' presence in the streets (Photo: Special)
AMLO showcased the opponents who voted against reform to expand the armed forces’ presence in the streets (Photo: Special)

That Proposal to expand cooperation between the armed forces served in the National Guard until 2028 suspended in the Senate on September 21st, the same day, the opinion was sent back to the commissions, where it was analyzed and possibly reformulated.

This outcome was not well received by López Obrador, who has insisted that both this reform and the recently approved integration of the GN into the Minister of National Defense (Sedena) be sought prevent the National Guard from being corrupted like the federal police used to do.

It was in this context that morning attacked López Rabadán and other lawmakers whom he accused of being hypocrites “In contrast to the fact that the Bundeswehr can constitutionally help us with public security tasks if they did so without a constitutional basis because the constitution prohibits it.”

Yolanda de la Torre, who proposed the controversial reform, applied to resign as MP (Photo: Twitter/GPRIDiputados)
Yolanda de la Torre, who proposed the controversial reform, applied to resign as MP (Photo: Twitter/GPRIDiputados)

Despite the disapproval of the national president, even Yolanda de la TorrePRI MP who launched the initiative He advocated returning to the commissions. On September 22, he stated that he believed the discussion should focus on developing a strategy to strengthen local police forces.

On the same Thursday, 22. de la Torre surprised by asking for a perpetual license to give up his post in the Chamber of Deputies. The politician argued that her application, which was immediately approved, was because she intended to serve the Esteban Villegas-led Durango government.

But her decision to resign from her post in San Lázaro fueled suspicions that she was tasked with presenting the initiative that led to the coalition’s breakup. goes to Mexico On the way to the 2023 state elections and the 2024 presidential elections.

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