If approved, the Presidential Mandate Revocation bill would allow the early termination and the removal from office based on the loss of confidence. In Mexico, Presidents hold the post for six-year.
The initiative establishes that the revocation process will only proceed at the request of citizens in a number equivalent to at least 3 percent of eligible voters.
The bill specifies that only the person who holds the post will be subject to revocation, thus blocking the way for removing other public officials.
#Mexico | Urging human rights mechanisms to launch search and rescue operations, Mexico's National Human Rights Commission (#CNDH) confirmed the disappearance of 95 migrants in the northern state of #Tamaulipas in February 2020.https://t.co/AXyAlmv6YZ