Morena will seek to cut in half money given to political parties

Introducing the initiative, Tatiana Clouthier, vice-coordinator of Morena, considered that there will be support for this initiative from other banks because it is a long-term social demand.

The parliamentary coordinators of Morena in the Chamber of Deputies presented an initiative to reduce public funding of political parties by up to 50%.

The proposal to reform article 41 of the Political Constitution of the United States indicates that public funding for the maintenance of the ordinary activities of the parties will be fixed annually multiplying the total number of citizens registered in the electoral roll by 32.5% of the daily value of the Update Measurement Unit (UMA), instead of the 65% with which it is currently calculated.

Introducing the initiative, Tatiana Clouthier, vice-coordinator of Morena, considered that there will be support for this initiative from other banks because it is a long-term social demand.

“The linking of the parties, thanks to the integration of social networks, can now be closer and integrate other methods of approaching people for the ordinary functioning (of the parties) we are not talking about campaign time,” Clouthier clarified in press conference accompanied by Mario Delgado, the leader of Morena in San Lazaro.

This year the National Electoral Institute (INE) determined to deliver to the political parties a stock of resources amounting to 4,728 million pesos for ordinary expenses.

The calculation of financing for each of the political parties is defined by a formula established in the Constitution in which it is determined that 30% of the total stock exchange allocated to the activities of these groups will be equal and 70% will be divided according to to the vote obtained in the election to deputies of immediate immediate relative majority.

Source. Forbes

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