In the face of violence in states, pollsters may choose not to work

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He national president of Morena, Mario Delgadoacknowledged that given the violence experienced in the states of Chiapas, Jalisco and Guanajuato, pollsters will consider not carrying out polls for the selection process of virtual candidates for governorships.

We are going to take extraordinary measures so that there is security for our pollsters in those areas. In those states that are complicated and those areas that are, let's say, marked red, well obviously we are not going to enter there," he responded.

The national leader of Morena reported that this Friday, October 13, the National Elections Commission will publish the names of the profiles that will participate in the survey final to define the Transformation Defense Coordinations in: Chiapas, Mexico City, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Morelos, Puebla, Veracruz, Tabasco and Yucatán.

Delgado Carrillo confirmed that the recognition surveys have already ended, so this Thursday, October 12, the participants will know the results.

This Thursday at 12 noon we are going to have a meeting in each entity where the election is taking place with the candidates and all those registered because they will be shown the results of the recognition surveys. Subsequently, the Election Commission will meet on Friday so that on Friday the names of who are going to go in the final survey will be published,” he explained.

Likewise, on Monday, October 16, the National Election Commission and the National Executive Committee will hold a meeting with the profiles that remain on the final list of each entity to explain to them how the demoscopic exercises will be carried out.

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Mario Delgado issued a warning to those who disqualify the survey process before it begins by saying that “No more Mejías Berdejas will be allowed”in reference to the former candidate for the governorship of Coahuila, Ricardo Mejía Berdeja, whom he blamed for working with the PRI to win the last election.

We are not going to allow more traitorous Mejías Berdejas in this movement because they end up benefiting the opposition,” he stated.

Mario Delgado pointed out that he himself set the example by putting aside his aspirations to run for the head of Government of Mexico City in favor of the movement.

If there are people who are discrediting the process and it has not yet been carried out, why are they participating? Nothing more to hurt him, then maybe they are on the wrong side,” she noted.

The leader of the Morenistas reiterated that, if there are more than five men who win the poll in their respective entities, the party must make adjustments according to the gender criterion to guarantee that there are at least four coordinators of Defense of Transformation.

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