President Andrés Manuel López Obrador reported that this month the Moral Constitution will be presented, which, he detailed, will contain basic principles to have a better society, but pointed out that it will not be mandatory, nor does it seek to be an applicable Constitution.
At a press conference, the head of the federal Executive recalled that this Constitution is within the 100 commitments he made when he took power on December 1, 2019 in the Zócalo of Mexico City.
“We are going to present the new Moral Primer because I offered that there would be a Moral Constitution. This has generated a lot of debate. It is in the 100 commitments that I made and I want it before day 1 (December), because I already know much progress has been made, there is already a text, consultations have been made and this month it will be announced.
“In other words, it is not mandatory, it is not an applicable Constitution, no. They are principles, basic precepts to have a better society, that is the purpose,” he said in the National Palace.