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Mr José Luis PECH VÁRGUEZ (Mexico)

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Senado de la República
MX - 06030 - México

Working language: English


In the political groups

In the Assembly

  • since 19/01/2023 Substitute - Mexico
  • from 21/01/2019 to 24/01/2021 Representative - Mexico

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)


Last speeches

18/04/2024 | 12:37:04 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2)   Ladies and gentlemen: Your Honors:   To care about the seas and oceans is to care about life itself. I live in the state of Quintana Roo in south-eastern Mexico. There, coral reefs represent living jewels of nature because it is home to an incredible marine biodiversity. However, in recent decades, we have witnessed an alarming phenomenon: coral bleaching. Rising water temperatures due to global warming cause corals to expel the symbiotic... 10/10/2023 | 20:12:30 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2)   Your Honorable Members, Today democratic governments are not solving the serious problems citizens face and that explains the emergence of extreme right or totalitarian left governments, both populist that offer simple answers to complex problems. There is an urgent need for measured governments that govern rationally to give effectiveness to democracy and thereby recover social cohesion. I point this out because most of today's governments... 25/04/2023 | 20:03:14 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Since its entry into force in 1953, the European Convention on Human Rights has been a global example: demonstrating the political will of at least 47 nations to safeguard human rights. In 2011, Mexico undertook a major constitutional reform on human rights; however, twelve years after this reform, the sad reality is that we are far from fulfilling this mandate. Recently, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights condemned Mexico, in a... 02/10/2019 | 17:18:47 Ladies and gentlemen, The rules of the international financial system have diminished the capacity of national governments to meet the basic needs of their populations. In other words, the essence of the state has been undermined. Emerging countries, whatever the government that arrives, find themselves having to deal with debts which prevent them from dealing with the very key issues that a country has to deal with, and they get into debt again. This ever bigger snowball has wiped out the...