The work of the fifth ordinary session of the LXV Legislature of the Congress of Aguascalientes was carried out, under the direction of the Vice President of the Board of Directors María de Jesús Díaz, through which various regulations were approved to strengthen the social, economic and educational development of the entity.
As the first item on the agenda, the members and women of the Congress of Aguascalientes approved by majority the legislative agreement to launch the call that contains the bases and methodology for the celebration of the Youth Parliament of the ‘Honorable State Congress, in its 2022 edition.
This civic exercise will be held Nov. 29 and 30 at the State Congress facility, and will be attended by 27 young people from the state between the ages of 18 and 29. Each and everyone must submit their proposals in the following categories: Human rights, Substantial equality, Gender equity and sexual diversity, Education and culture, Science and technology, Health and public assistance, Public security, Access to justice and Rule of law, Economic Development, Cooperative and Tourism Promotion and Environment.
In another point, they approved by majority the opinion of the Education and Culture Commission, which resolves the initiative that publishes the Law of Professions of the State of Aguascalientes.
The initiative aims to update the regulations in force, and to determine the professions which require a professional title for their practice, as well as the conditions to be fulfilled in order to obtain it.
The document informs that the current Law on Professions was enacted in 1999 and that the last reform presented and approved dates back to 2017, highlighting the obsolete state of a law that must be at the forefront, due to progress constant in terms of technological and social innovation. changes generated over the years.
As part of the reform, it is established in the transitional articles that the state educational authority must approve and publish a first list of professions within a period not exceeding sixty calendar days from the entry into force of this decree.
Likewise, the plenary session approved by majority the opinion of the United Commissions of the Interior and Constitutional Points, as well as Public Transport, which resolve the initiative to reform the Political Constitution of the State of Aguascalientes and the Mobility Law of the State of Aguascalientes.
The objective of the initiative is to add the right to universal mobility, in a safe, accessible, efficient, quality, sustainable way, with equality, inclusion and progressiveness.
For her part, the deputy María de Jesús Díaz underlined with this proposal that the objective of sustainable development is achieved; For this reason, the State is obliged to provide the appropriate mechanisms for the enjoyment of the right of people to free movement, “provided that the different means of transport are of quality, efficient and with environmental criteria”.
Immediately after, they approved by majority the opinion of the Public Security Commission, which resolves the private security law reform initiative of the State of Aguascalientes.
The purpose of the initiative is to establish that private security services are provided taking into account the principles of integrity and dignity, protection and appropriate treatment of people, avoiding arbitrariness and violence, acting consistently and proportionately in the use of their powers and available media. .
On the other hand, the opinion was approved by the majority of the Education and Culture Commission, which resolves the initiative that the Education Law of the State of Aguascalientes and the Law of the Aguascalientes State Institute of Education.
The purpose of the initiative is to grant greater certainty to the subjects of law and thus guarantee an adequate, efficient and effective application, having clear objectives, with well-defined powers, attached to the fundamental principles of education. set forth in Article Three of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States.
Continuing to appease the problems, the initiative to reform Article 24 of the Law of the National Human Rights Commission was approved, presented by the deputy Jaime González de León; The purpose of the initiative is to establish that the principle of gender parity is respected, which is established in article 8 of the Political Constitution of the State, under the corresponding directives of integration, of the council advisory to the Commission on Human Rights.
The promoter maintained in the document that “in this spirit and above all considered, that respect for the principle of parity and equity between women and men, in the occupation of public spaces of any kind, is of relevance and vital coherence for the public entity in charge of protecting human rights in the State of Aguascalientes”.
In another order of ideas, the accumulated opinion of the Public Health and Social Assistance Commission was approved, which was presented by the deputies Vero Romo and Genny López; for the purpose of amending various provisions of the State’s Tobacco Smoke Exposure Protection Act.
The purpose of the accumulated initiatives is to establish, within this legal system, the protection of the rights of non-smokers and to live together in spaces that are one hundred percent free of smoke and tobacco emissions, in addition to consider banning smoking inside official vehicles used by government agencies; in addition to replacing the term “spaces that protect health” with “one hundred percent spaces free of tobacco smoke and emissions from vapor-emitting devices or electronic cigarettes”.
In addition to the above, it is also included that the concept of cigarette be defined, as well as the addition of a chapter that regulates matters related to the trade, distribution, sale and supply of products of the tobacco, establishing standards that regulate establishments that produce, manufacture or import tobacco products, as well as regulating the obligations and prohibitions of establishments that market, sell, distribute or supply tobacco products.
Immediately afterwards, the Plenary approved the opinion of the Commission for Gender Equity and Substantial Equality to reform various provisions of the law establishing the Aguascaliente Institute for Women, proposed by Deputy Nancy Gutiérrez.
The purpose of the initiative is to change the name of the “State Program for Non-Discrimination and Substantial Equality between Men and Women of Aguascalientes” to “State Program for Equality between Women and Men of Aguascalientes”, and to change the name of the “H. State Congressional Gender Equity Commission” to “Commission for Substantive Equality and Gender Equity of the H.” State Congress; as well as the reduction of the members of the Board of Directors of the Institute, the reduction of the number of members of the Advisory Council, the contemplation in the law of the existence of the Casa de Medio Camino and the updating of the requirements to which the Director General of the Institute must satisfy.
Finally, the point of agreement was approved, proposed by Congressman Leslie Figueroa, in the sense of respectfully urging the H. Congress of the Union in its Chambers of Deputies and Senators, and the 31 local Congresses, to express their support for the law measures taken by the Mexican government to combat illegal arms trafficking.