Indirects to Nahle, the anger of Paty Armendáriz and Checo's father: thus the Morenoist candidacies in states
After the National Survey Commission of Morena and the national leadership announced the names of the candidates from each of the states that will compete in 2024 and that since they are those who have the greatest probability of winning the internal survey, disagreements were not long in coming from those who were left out.
In it Morena State Council in Mexico City defined the four candidates: Omar García Harfuch, Clara Brugada, Mariana Boy and Hugo López Gatell.
They left federal deputy Miguel Torruco Garza out of the race, who noted on his Twitter account that “the process of selecting profiles for the final survey has not yet ended. “This isn’t over until it’s over,” he wrote.
In JaliscoClara Cárdenas, founder of Morena and director of social programs at the district level, remained; Carlos Lomelí, former mayor of Guadalajara; José María Martínez, coordinator of local Morenoist deputies, and Flor Elizabeth Michel, daughter of the municipal president of Puerto Vallarta.
Here, the father of the Formula 1 driver, Sergio Pérez, the deputy Antonio Pérez Garibay, was left out, who said that if he was not the candidate, it would be the end of his political career, "I am retiring from politics, my project was the governorship or nothing,” he highlighted.
In the case of Morelosmoved on to the next stage: Víctor Mercado Salgado, Sandra Anaya Villegas, Rabindranath Salazar and Margarita González Saravia.
Senator Lucy Meza was left out, who through her social networks took up what Mario Delgado said, that the list will be defined on September 30, "the people are listened to for decisions," she said.
Likewise, in the state of Chiapas They asked to wait for the final list, since when José Manuel Cruz Castellanos, Rosy Urbina, Sasil de León and José Antonio Aguilar Castillejos remained, they left out Eduardo Ramírez, coordinator of Morena in the Senate and the federal representative and businesswoman Patricia Armendáriz, who pointed out that it would be seen in the final list who will win, that is, who was best qualified.
In Tabascothere was total disagreement with the selection process, since the following continued in the race for governor: Javier May, Mónica Fernández Balboa, Yolanda Osuna and Raúl Ojeda Zubieta, where the deputy Óscar Cantón Zetina, who was left out, pointed out that the Council state of his party was not up to the task.
The same thing happened in the state of Veracruz, where Claudia Tello, Zenyazen Escobar, Eric Cisneros Burgos and Rocío Nahle were left. The latter was criticized by federal deputy Sergio Gutiérrez Luna, who criticized that she had advanced to the next stage without having been born and raised in the state.
For its part, in GuanajuatoRicardo Sheffield, Antares Vázquez, Ernesto Prieto and Alma Alcaraz were selected, leaving out the mayor of Guanajuato, Bárbara Tello, who wished good luck.
Yucatan It was the entity where there were no serious disagreements, although some objection could arise in the next few hours. In the state of Pueblait will be today, September 30, when they will define which candidates will advance to the next stage.
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