Conventions approved proposals for Regulations, Ethics, Indigenous Participation and Consultation, Popular Participation and Human Rights. Next week they will be voted on in particular, with a simple majority, after all the two-thirds qualifications for the regulation of the instance were discarded today.
The Constitutional Convention approved in general the General Regulations, with 145 votes in favor, 6 against and one abstention, after deciding that the rules of the regulation would be approved by a simple majority. The vote came after the bureau on Thursday proposed that the conventions provide a list of which provisions of the regulations that will govern the operation of the Constitutional Convention they believed required an absolute majority, and which two-thirds quorum. This day the plenary rejected all the qualifications of two thirds. In addition to the approval of the General Regulations, the conventions also approved in general the Regulations of Ethics by 113 votes in favor, 28 against and 11 abstentions and that of Participation and Indigenous Consultation by 125 votes in favor, 17 against and 10 abstentions. The proposal of Popular Participation, meanwhile, was approved by 134 votes in favor, 5 against and 3 abstentions and that of Human Rights by 113 votes in favor, 23 against and 16 abstentions. The plenary of the Convention will vote next week on the rules in particular and from today the conventions have a period of 48 hours to present indications, which require the sponsorship of 30 members of the instance.