Rubén Rocha and Quirino Ordaz pressure Sinaloan senators to vote in favor of military reform

The governor of Sinaloa, Ruben Rocha Moya and the former governor and now ambassador to Spain, Quirino Ordazpressured senators from that state on social networks to vote in favor of the reform that extends until 2028 the participation of armed forces in public security work.

Rubén Rocha Moya, exposed on Twitter “as a statesman, I respectfully exhort, Imelda Castro -Morena-, Mario Zamora Gastelum -PRI- and Raul Elenes -Morena- senator and senators from Sinaloa, to serve the national interest of providing peace and security to the people of Mexico, in the voting of the reforms that will consolidate the National Guard“.

For his part, the former governor of Sinaloa and now ambassador to Spain, Quirino Ordaz, through the same social network, trusted the vote in favor of Senator Mario Zamora Gastelum.

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“I hope that Senator @MarioZamoraG supports with his vote in favor the issue of constitutional reform so that the National Guard continues to support the people, this reform is beneficial for the country.”

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With information from Victor Gamboa

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