The Morenoist deputy Andrea Chávez announced through his X account that will desist from the complaints filed by third parties against journalists by alleged gender-based political violence against him; However, he said that will maintain the complaint which she herself presented against analyst Denise Dresserwhich the Electoral Court has already sanctioned.
“Although I thank you with all my heart for your efforts to move towards a life free of violence, I have never liked the judicialization of politics. Consequently, I will withdraw from all third-party complaints, except for one, made, this one, personally by me: the complaint against Denisse Dresser for saying on open television that I have a political position for having ‘boyfriends or lovers’ in the political leadership,” the deputy communicated on her social networks.
Among the journalists reported is the director of El Sol de México, Hiroshi Takahashi, and eleven users of the social network who issued comments on the topic.
The deputy said that it’s a victory that Specialized Chamber of the Electoral Tribunal of the Judicial Branch of the Federation (TEPJF) would impose a fine of 20 thousand 748 pesos to Denise Dresser and ordered him to issue a public apologytake a course on political violence and register in the National Registry of Persons Sanctioned in Matters of Political Violence against Women for Gender-Based Reasons (RNPS) for one year and six months.
For this reason, he said that will not give up its lawsuit against Denise Dresser because it is “important to set a precedent so that no woman has to suffer” the alleged violence that she experienced.
The violence that was described by the Specialized Chamber that will have to be ratified by the Superior Chamber of the TEPJFwell Dresser contested this day the sanctions imposed on him on November 16 for having made comments at an analysis table about a alleged relationship between the deputy and the former Secretary of the Interior and presidential candidate, Adam Augusto Lopez.