I'm going to break my soul so that women stop being violated
After noon on Monday, the candidate of the Frente Amplio por México coalition, of the PAN, PRI and PRD, for the presidency of the Republic, Xóchitl Gálvez, began her political proselytizing campaign at the monument to the X in Ciudad Juárez.
A cold wind greeted the candidate and nearly a thousand supporters, mainly PAN members, in the Plaza de la Mexicanidad on this border, just on the edge of the border between Ciudad Juárez and El Paso, Texas.
Gálvez's speech was given around the defense of women, stating that, "I am going to break my soul so that women stop being violated. I am committed: from here, from Ciudad Juárez, we are going to build the Mexican dream." ".
The PAN candidate added that she will work to eliminate violence against women, and announced the creation of a "national care system" to help the development of women, with child care centers, full-time schools, support for mothers with children. with disabilities, medications and care for the elderly, "I am going to break my heart so that women stop being violated."
She assured that, "I put myself in the shoes of the women who have children with disabilities, it is for them, for the mothers who have children with cancer, it is for them, because here in Juárez the women's fight began, but above all that “The burden of caring for our older adults should no longer be only for women.”
He called on the PAN members, PRI members and PRD members to "give the mother of battles", to obtain victory in the elections, to ensure that to change the country, head, heart and character are needed, "for me what is left over "It's character. I'm a badass woman, I'm not going to hug criminals, I'm going to apply the law to them."
At the end of her speech to the people of Juárez, she said that, "your fight is my fight, we are going for social justice. There is still a lot to do in Ciudad Juárez regarding the poverty that is being experienced, I am a woman four by four. We are going to "To raise this country just as we are going to raise Guerrero. We are also going to return hope to Juárez, for a Juárez that does not embrace criminals, that the law is applied to them."
Subsequently, Gálvez moved from the Abraham González international airport in Ciudad Juárez to the Roberto Fierro airport in the city of Chihuahua, where he held another massive rally at the Santa Rita Fair facilities, at 6:00 p.m., in front of hundreds of state bureaucrats. who were forced to attend the rally, and also accompany the PAN governor of Chihuahua, María Eugenia Campos, who accompanied Xóchitl Gálvez.
This is my story, full of dreams and effort.
I want a better country because Mexico deserves more, you deserve more.
— Xóchitl Gálvez Ruiz (@XochitlGalvez) November 20, 2023
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