They ask the FGR to investigate possible intervention of the narco in elections

Senators Demián Zepeda of the National Action Party (PAN) and Miguel Ángel Mancera, of the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), asked the Attorney General’s Office to initiate an investigation into the possible intervention of the narco in the last electoral process of June 2021. PAN, PRD will present to the Organization of American States (OAS), and the International Commission on Human Rights (IACHR), a file on the matter, in which they state that “armed groups kidnapped and immobilized entire campaign teams, seized polling stations and forced citizens to cast their votes.” In this sense, Demián Zepeda said he was concerned about “the intervention of organized crime in all aspects of government and society. The government is overwhelmed and now we have a much more serious stage than at any critical moment in the past.” The PAN leader added that he hopes that the FGR has already opened an investigation, since he recalled that there are already many accusations “of people raised and have killed mayors, candidates.” Read more: “We deal with matters of interest,” AMLO meets with the U.S. Secretary of EnergyLikewise, Mancera said that the file should be investigated because he acknowledged that, although he has no evidence, there is talk that there was drug trafficking intervention in “Sinaloa, Michoacán and other places,” situations that must be investigated.

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