FEPADE requests the lifting of “The Collector's” immunity

The Special Prosecutor's Office for Electoral Offenses requested the Low Chamber to lift MORENA deputy's immunity
Astrid Sánchez
Mexico City
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The Special Prosecutor's Office for Electoral Offenses (FEPADE) of the General Attorney's Office (PGR) requested the lifting of Eva Cadena Sandoval, "The Collector's" immunity due to her possible involvement in an electoral offense.

Federal sources confirmed EL UNIVERSAL that the PGR requested the Chamber of Deputies to begin the process to lift the immunity of the Veracruz's MORENA Congresswoman, who was recorded three different times receiving money “for her campaign”.

This editorial house published the videos in which the former MORENA candidate to Choapas, Veracruz, can be seen receiving money, allegedly, for Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

FEPADE initiated an official investigation of the videos made public by EL UNIVERSAL due to the potential violation of Article 15 of the Federal Law for Electoral Offenses which stipulates that the person who “makes, destines, uses or receives economic contributions or in species in favor of a pre-candidate, candidate, political party, coalition or political group when there is a legal prohibition to it, or when the funding or property are of illegal origin, or the amounts given exceed those established by the law” will be punished accordingly.



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