Immediately influencers are a part of the media scene in any nation and it’s no shock that there are events and politicians serious about utilizing their attain to name for votes and unfold an ideology. In fact, so long as this isn’t finished throughout the electoral closed interval. In Mexico, simply earlier than the elections on June 6 (through which residents voted to elect 15 governors and the renewal of the Chamber of Deputies), a lot of celebrities used their networks to indicate their assist for the Inexperienced Ecologist Occasion. of Mexico (PVEM) even supposing the Nationwide Electoral Institute (INE) had established the electoral ban interval from June 3 to six.
Though on the time the influencers defended themselves arguing that that they had the fitting to specific themselves freely, the Electoral Tribunal of the Judicial Energy (TEPJF) issued sanctions to the totally different personalities for having expressed their assist for the political celebration. Immediately the Political Animal web site introduced the fines that every of them should pay.
WHO ARE THEY AND HOW MUCH DO THE INFLUENCERS OWE?
The record is made up of 76 personalities , together with actors, actresses, singers and tv hosts. The fines vary from $4,000 to $133,000 pesos, along with the publication of a publish on the networks the place the propaganda was made, with the next textual content: “By a message that I broadcast on this social community, I violated the election regulation. The expressions of my publication have been unlawful, as they constituted electoral propaganda for the advantage of a political celebration in a interval through which it was prohibited by regulation . The textual content should stay on-line for 30 calendar days.
Among the many celebrities fined are:
- Gabriel Soto, actor ($133,437 pesos)
- Barbara de Regil, actress ($86,850 pesos)
- Laura G, driver ($50,640 pesos)
- Grettell Valdez, actress ($45,151 pesos)
- Michael Ronda, actor ($42,180 pesos)
- Sherlyn González, actress ($28,092 pesos)
- Lambada Garcia, driver ($21,254 pesos)
- Mónica Noguera, driver ($16,874 pesos)
- Celia Lora, singer and actress ($11,570 pesos)
The quantity of the sanctions corresponds to the earnings of every of them.
For its half, the PVEM was awarded a effective of $40 billion pesos and the suspension of all radio and tv broadcasts for one 12 months.