Citizen Movement publishes call to elect presidential candidate

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Citizen movement published the call for militants and citizens who are not affiliated with the party and who seek to be candidates for the Presidency of the Republic, the Senate or the Chamber of Deputies.

The document establishes that militants, as well as external ones, must present a pre-campaign report, which must have a minimum of “500 thousand endorsements” or signatures of support from at least 16 of the 32 entities in the country.

“Endorsement of his pre-candidacy will be made through a list of citizens that includes full name, electoral section, voter code, telephone number, email address and signature,” it is noted.

Meanwhile, those seeking to be candidates for senators or deputies will need to present a draft Legislative Agenda.

The aspiring candidates of Citizen movement They must present their request in person before the National Commission of Conventions and Internal Processes, at the headquarters of the Citizen Movement party, located in the Nápoles neighborhood of Mexico City.

And it will be next January 19, 2024 when the National Commission of Citizen movement will inform its official list of admitted presidential candidates.

Later, on February 4 of next year, the orange party will reveal the names of the pre-candidates for deputies and senators.

The call specifies that the internal election of the presidential candidacy, by its national convention, will take place on January 20, 2024, and the vote to elect candidates for deputies and senators will take place on February 5.

The document points out that the pre-candidates must promote the image and postulates of Citizen movement, before militants and sympathizers. The day after concluding the pre-campaigns, applicants must submit an activity report that shows the actions carried out and accessions achieved.

The national leader of Citizen movementDante Delgado, said that among the candidates for the Presidency for the orange party may be the governor of Nuevo León, Samuel García, the former chancellor Marcelo Ebrard and himself

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