Editor’s note: It was originally published that the precandidata Celia Maya was seeking a second position, however he responded to this medium that declined this option from February 3.
Former president Celia Maya García is seeking for the third time the candidacy for the government of Querétaro, and on Wednesday her retirement was approved, amounting to 157 thousand 266 pesos per month on a lifetime basis.
Maya Garcia has applied twice to be minister of the Supreme Court, but on no occasion did she succeed. The first time she was defeated by Yasmín Esquivel Mossa and was last defeated by Margarita Ríos Farjat. On one of those occasions he lost with zero votes.
At the time he claimed that he was anti-partisan; however, in 2018 it was presented by López Obrador as part of the terna for minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, a position he did not achieve either.
On the other hand, in December 2020 she was chosen, in the surveys orchestrated by Morena, as a candidate for the governor of Querétaro. However, it was not his first time in the contest over that charge.
In 2003 he ran for the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD) and in 2015 he reiterated it already on Morena’s side.
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Deputies approve pension of 157 thousand pesos
This Wednesday, the Committee on Governance, Public Administration and Electoral Affairs of the Congress of Querétaro approved the retirement of the former Maya, amounting to 157 thousand 266 pesos per month on a lifetime basis.
Local deputies also authorized the retirement of former president Consuelo Rosullo, for 156,000, 255 pesos per month on a lifetime basis.
Both former civilists processed a protection against the Workers’ Act in the Service of State Powers, which in 2015 established a cap of 42,000 pesos in retirements and pensions.
During the last days, Maya has been the center of several signs, as was a festival that organized for her supporters of the municipality Of San Juan del Río, in which she was recorded dancing without cover.
And on February 16th she was accused by the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD) of spending more than 200,000 pesos on social media propaganda, she reported The Queretano.
Animal Político published that Maya García was proposed as a magistrate to the Federal Court of Administrative Justice (TFJA), and that she was simultaneously held by two public positions.
This, after the announcement of the three candidates proposed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to serve as Judges members of the Third Section of the High Chamber of the Tribunal was published in the Official Journal of the Federation on February 15.
Joel Alberto García González, Celia Maya García and Natalia Téllez Torres Orozco appear in the list.
However, the ex-registration replied that from February 3rd she declined “to the distinction given to me by President López Obrador, by proposing to me as a magistrate”.
The precandidata stated that at the moment its priority is to engage in the contest by the government of Querétaro.
I share with you that since 3 February I declined to the distinction given to me by President @lopezobrador_ in proposing as a magistrate of the @TFJA_Mex_Ofi.
Right now my priority is to dedicate myself fully to the entrusting of my party to work for Querétaro. pic.twitter.com/IynROibJB3
— Celia Maya (@CeliaMayaGar) February 18, 2021
With information from El Queretano.
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