Morena appoints Clara Brugada as candidate for the Head of Government of Mexico City
In an unexpected turn, the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) has designated Clara Brugada as its candidate for the head of Government of Mexico City.
After a long day, we transmitted the results of 28 surveys, always seeking to exercise transparency and impartiality.
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The decision was made after the National Survey Commission applied the gender parity rules established by the National Electoral Institute (INE). This process left out Omar García Harfuch, former Secretary of Security, who had led the preferences in the Morena survey with 40.5%.
On his Twitter account, Brugada shared the following message:
It is an honor for me to head the Coordination of the 4T Defense Committees in Mexico City. Together we will continue to advance the transformation that President @lopezobrador_ began in the country and we will continue the work of Dr. @Claudiashein in the city.
We are united by our commitment to democracy, the fight against inequalities and our will to defend and fight for this progressive city of rights and freedoms.”
Although García Harfuch proved to be the best positioned profile in general terms, the application of the principle of gender parity benefited Clara Brugada.
The Morena survey closed the shortlist with two candidates, and Brugada stood out as the most favored woman, obtaining 26.7% of the preferences. This result, in line with gender equality policies, forced García Harfuch to withdraw from the candidacy race.
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