Omar García Harfuch joined Morena
Omar García Harfuchformer Secretary of Citizen Security of Mexico City, confirmed that he joined the National Regeneration Movement (Brunette) to seek the Head of Government with this political party.
The confirmation of his militancy came after he announced that he will compete for the Coordination of the Defense Committees of the Fourth Transformation in the capital.
García Harfuch assured that he had never been affiliated with a political party, not even Morena, despite the fact that he was part of the Morena's cabinet. Claudia Sheinbaum.
“I had not been a Morena militant either, I just registered,” he stated in an interview with Azucena Uresti.
The candidate for the Head of Government of Mexico City acknowledged that his previous work was more “hermetic” and that it was until he joined Sheinbaum's team that he had closer contact with the people.
The former head of the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) held a private meeting with local and federal legislators from Morena to reaffirm his aspiration.
Deputies who attended the breakfast supported him by assuring that he is “the best profile to compete for the representation of Morena, in Mexico City.”
Meanwhile, Harfuch committed to his supporters not to abandon the internal conflict regardless of the obstacles that arise along the way.
“I will not get out of the race no matter how hard it is,” he said.
Among the Morenistas who attended the meeting was representative Yuriri Ayala Zúñiga, who stated that the elections are not won only with militancy but that a solid strategy is needed.
Meanwhile, deputy Adriana Espinoza de los Monteros pointed out that work must be done for all residents of the capital and avoid sectorism.
García Harfuch agreed with what Espinoza said and in his last intervention at the event he made a commitment to work for all sectors of the population.
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