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“There was no smoke because I had nothing” the video smoking marijuana for which Nay Salvatori’s account was canceled

Congresswoman celebrates recreational use of cannabis

Behind the approval of recreational use of cannabis at Senate of the Republic, the federal deputy of the Social Encounter Party (PES), Nay salvatori, celebration posting a video on his social networks, where he is allegedly seen smoking marijuana.

It’s legal now Congratulations!”, He wrote in his video even though there is still a discussion and vote on the initiative in the Chamber of Deputies.

# LAST HOUR we plan the festival yes or what? #CannabisLegal“He wrote on his Twitter account, accompanying the video where he is allegedly consuming weed.

However, their celebration cost TikTok will close your accountWell, not even The Doors’ Light my fire musical background could help her.

Marijuana leaves are seen next to the Mexican Senate building in the cannabis protest garden of the Movimiento Mexicano Cannabico in Mexico City (Photo: REUTERS / Carlos Jasso) Marijuana leaves are seen next to the Mexican Senate building in the cannabis protest garden of the Movimiento Mexicano Cannabico in Mexico City (Photo: REUTERS / Carlos Jasso)

After that, the legislator chose to open a new account where she ironically said that she was blocked, well he called himself @naylabloqueada.

“My new tiktok account in which they return it to me haha, follow me!”, The legislator wrote on her Twitter account where she also re-uploaded her video smoking.

As expected, the video of deputy Nay Salvatori caused controversy and several criticisms, to which He replied that he did not actually smoke marijuana and that his objective was to cause controversy.

In this sense, local deputy from San Luis Potosí, Pedro Carrizales “The Mijis“Was one of the characters replied. He told him that he was free to smoke marijuana, however, it is still not legal as it is lacking approval in San Lázaro.

The deputy invited to follow her on her new account (Photo: Twitter) The deputy invited to follow her on her new account (Photo: Twitter)

“Chale chief, it is not bad to put on the touches you want, you are free to do so; what yes it is of the scourge is that it says that it is legal … the same and they did not warn you but they have not approved it in the chamber where you work. Long live freedom! ”,“ El Mijis ”replied.

Yet another who reacted to Salvatori’s post was the seven-time World Boxing Champion, The Naughty, Jorge Arce, who ironized the action of the deputy as a example to the youth of Mexico.

What a beautiful example for our Youth deputy, we are going to give thumbs up urgently for 2021”He wrote in response.

In addition, several netizens criticized her from these comments and pointed out that she only wanted to attract attention.

Deputy Mijis reprimanded him (Photo: Twitter) Deputy Mijis reprimanded him (Photo: Twitter)

“I have been lobbying the Chamber of Deputies for more than a year on the issue of legalizing cannabis, of course I am celebrating, it is obvious that it will be approved. Relax, no smoke came out of the pipe because there was nothing, but I love that my tweets burn “, the Deputy responded to the criticism.

It should be remembered that the Plenary of the Senate of the Republic approved in general and in particular the opinion by which the Federal Law for the Regulation of Cannabis is issued, in addition to that reforms will be modified where provisions of the General Health Law are added, as well as the Federal Penal Code.

When the initiative was generally approved, the senators celebrated with a round of applause and the sound of alarm clocks. green, provided by the Movimiento Ciudadano (MC) party and whose legend read: “It’s time to legislate.”

For their part, a group of Morena legislators went up to the rostrum to show a banner: “No to criminalization. Yes to freedom ”. “The stigma of marijuana (sic) ends”, indicated the senator from Moreno Miguel Ángel Navarro.

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