translated from Spanish: Senate postpones election of the new Minister of the Court

the choice of new Minister to the Supreme Court of Justice (SCJN) was suspended due to lack of consensus in the Senate.
The legislators said the vote was postponed to Tuesday 12 March, because Thursday there was not consensus to build a qualified majority in favour of any of the candidates that make up the list sent by the President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to the Senate.
Reads: Candidates to the Court questioned whether adoption of same-sex couples is the best for children in addition, confirmed that the triple conformed by Loretta Ortiz Ahlf, Cecilia Maya Garcia (who formed part of the three previous, also proposed by the) President), as well as by Yasmín Esquivel Mossa, current President of the Court of the contentious administrative from the city of Mexico, and spouse of the contractor José María Rioboó stays.
The list to fill the vacancy of the Margarita Luna Ramos in the SCJN Minister was sent by Lopez Obrador to the Senate on February 1.
BREAD will vote against the three parliamentary group of the National Action Party (PAN) in the Senate announced that it would vote against the list proposed by the President, «for its extreme proximity to the political party of the President».
You can interest: AMLO repeats in shortlisting for the Court to two excolaboradoras; also includes the spouse of the contractor Rioboó Mauricio Kuri, PAN Senator, said in an interview with media, though caucus colleagues consider that the three candidates qualify, «believe that they have a habit of interests, conflict of» interests, the three; two for being members of a political party, and the third by the spouse».

@AccionNacional senators and senators will vote against the three to Minister of the @SCJN proposed by @lopezobrador_, due to its extreme proximity to #Morena. We need an independent court that meets you at #México. #CorteSinDedazo – bread (@SenadoresdelPAN) March 7, 2019 senators with Arturo Angel’s information.
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