Alianza Morena, PT and Verde goes in CDMX, Jalisco, Tabasco and Yucatán: Sheinbaum
The coordinator of the committees of the Defense of the Fourth Transformation, Claudia Sheinbaum, and the national president of BrunetteMario Slimthey signed the first coalition agreement with the Labor Party and the Green Ecologist to go in unity in the elections of the Mexico City, Jalisco, Tabasco and Yucatán.
The virtual presidential candidate and the national leader of Brunette They advanced that the Morena, PT and PVEM coalition They will sign the federal coalition agreement on November 19, 2023.
The Morenista leadership emphasized that the agreement signed this November 3 in San Luis Potosí occurred before the start of pre-campaigns in Mexico City, Jalisco and Yucatán, which was established on November 5, as well as Tabasco, set for November 15.
Claudia Sheinbaum He said that the Morena-PT-PVEM alliance is united by principles and the will to represent the interests of the people of Mexico.
“It is not just going together for a popularly elected position. We are united by principles, we are united by causes, we are united by the will to represent the interests of the people of Mexico. We are united by the desire that corrupt governments never return to our country again. We are united by the will to continue a government of the people and for the people,” he said.
Mario Delgado stated that the coalition with the PT and the Green Ecologist It is solid and has citizen support and stated that on the part of the opposition there is no union beyond interests and corruption.
“From 2021 to date we have competed 18 times as a coalition and we have triumphed 15 times. We have a hitting percentage of 83%. But not only that: our specialty is facing the PRI and the PAN together, the PRIAN, because we have faced it, coalition against coalition, on 14 occasions and we have won on 13. A winning percentage of 93%,” he celebrated.
Subsequently, Sheinbaum and Delgado They held a meeting with militants and sympathizers from San Luis Potosí to add new cadres from all sectors towards the electoral contest in 2024.
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