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Between cheers and reproaches, Morena's Election Commission meets with candidates from Veracruz

The candidates for the 4T candidacy for the governorship of Veracruz are already meeting with the National Election Commission of Morena to find out the winner of the surveys carried out.

The first to arrive at the Camino Real hotel in Polanco was the Welfare delegate, Manuel Huertafollowed by the Secretary General of the Government, Eric Cisneros, who was accompanied by a baton and batucada included, who shouted as he passed: “Governor! Governor!”, and “Yes you can! Yes you can!”, to conclude with “No to taxation! No to imposition!”

Eric Cisneros, former Secretary General of the Government of Veracruz. | José Antonio Belmont

When questioned about the preference in polls of the former Secretary of Energy, Rocío Nahle, the state official asked to wait for the results of the measurements.

“We have to wait to see what the Veracruz people said,” he exclaimed.

Minutes later, Nahle García arrived, who said she was happy with the process she developed in the entity.

“We are going to wait for what the game says, the measurements,” he added.

Rocío Nahle, former head of the Ministry of Energy | José Antonio Belmont
Rocío Nahle, former head of the Ministry of Energy | José Antonio Belmont

Before starting these brawls, the national leader of Morena, Mario Delgado, clarified that, due to the issue of gender parity, the woman who won the polls, automatically, will become the standard bearer of the 4T for the respective governorship.

Therefore, Rocío Nahle could become the first candidate of the so-called Fourth Transformation for a governorship to be confirmed this Friday.

Zenyazen Escobar, former Secretary of Education of Veracruz, also arrived.

Zenyazen Escobar, former Secretary of Education of Veracruz. | José Antonio Belmont
Zenyazen Escobar, former Secretary of Education of Veracruz. | José Antonio Belmont

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