The coordinator of the PRI in the Chamber of Deputies, Rubén Moreira Valdez, called on the directors of large companies to participate in the forums of the Open Parliament of the Electricity Reform that takes place in the San Lázaro legislative precinct.
He said that it is a good time for businessmen, such as the president of FEMSA, José Antonio Fernández Carbajal, to enter into the debate of ideas, participate and have their points of view heard.
He also urged owners of companies such as Oxxo, Walmart and Bimbo to participate and openly present their ideas, solutions and doubts, since they represent investment and employment.
The PRI member said that in order to make decisions, in-depth analysis is necessary, taking into account different perspectives
He indicated that these companies have both rights and obligations, which should not fail to be present in the consensus that could be reached.
“Businessmen should not miss the opportunity to take their version of the electricity reform proposal to the chamber. They have the right to circulate videos, but a good forum to confront and clarify is the Open Parliament of the Chamber”, he stressed.
Moreira asks large businessmen to participate in forums on Electricity Reform
The also president of the Political Coordination Board considered that to the numbers, diagnoses and figures that the experts have presented during said forums, the vision and knowledge of the directors of these consortiums can be added, who have a lot to say and expose, about all when the initiative can have a great impact on your operational processes, finances and for your employees.
On the other hand, the tricolor legislator stressed that his parliamentary group maintains a firm position so that the Electricity Reform is discussed in the plenary session until after the elections, with the sole purpose, he stressed, of making the best decisions in relation to the changes that the initial proposal needs, preponderating the issue of clean, cheap energy and sovereignty.
Finally, he decided to maintain a civilized debate on the electrical reform.