One day after registering with the PRI, Xóchitl Gálvez calls Alito Moreno a bad PRI member

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Xóchitl Gálvez assures that he would not work with Alito Moreno. (X/@PRI_National)
Xóchitl Gálvez assures that he would not work with Alito Moreno. (X/@PRI_National)

The senator of the National Action Party (BREAD), Xóchitl Gálvez Ruízregistered on November 9 as pre-candidate for president of the Republic as virtual representative of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), this is because both parties, in the company of the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) formed an alliance to go against the National Regeneration Movement (Brunette), which is why the tricolor party has given it its support in the face of the 2024 electionssomething that apparently is not reciprocal on the part of the legislator.

Last Monday, November 6, the PAN senator toured Sonoraspecifically in Hermosillo where, during a meeting with the press, she was questioned about who would be the politicians who would be left out of her presidential cabinet if she were to succeed Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), something for which she He assured that he would not contemplate Manuel Bartlettdirector of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) nor to Ignacio Ovalle, current director of Mexican Food Safety; However, her nerves betrayed her and she stopped to say Alejandro's name. Alito Moreno, current national leader of the PRI.

“First, I would not invite Manuel Bartlett, never to my government, ever. Neither to Alit... nor to Nacho Ovalle”; he said she.

The candidate for the presidency of the Republic, Xóchitl Gálvez declared that she would not have several politicians within her government, among whom could be Alejandro Moreno, national leader of the PRI Credit:

Although during her visit to Hermosillo she stopped to mention the name of the national leader of the PRI, this time it has gained importance on social networks that, one day after registering with the support of the party and its national leader, the senator insisted that she did not would work with Alito Moreno, whom he also considered to be a bad PRI member.

“There are very bad PRI members (with whom) I would not work like Bartlett, or like Alito or like now the former governor of Hidalgo, Fayad.”

During a press conference, the representative of the Broad Front for Mexico, Xóchitl Gálvez, attacked Alejandro 'Alito' Moreno again Credit: X @JorgeArmandoR_

Internet users regretted that second occasion has referred in this way to the national leader of the PRI with whom his party and the PRD made an alliance, while others stressed that it was foreseeable that there would be problems between the parties very soon, especially since this is the first time in 94 years that the tricolor party registers a woman as a pre-candidate for the presidency.

“At least the first time he stopped when he said half of his name, no, but now he said it completely”; “She is everything that the Prian is. EVERYTHING” or “I don't doubt that you think so, but the video looks and sounds a little strange, couldn't it have been manipulated to put the words from the previous video?” were some comments that the clip received.

Despite the viralization of this video that lasted just a few seconds, the PRI on social networks has continued to give its support to the presidential candidate who will next November 19th will present his resignation to the Upper House to give rise to his presidential pre-campaign.

It was through the social network San Andrés Larráinzarin the stadium of Chiapas where he held a dialogue with indigenous communities. It should be said that Alejandro Moreno did not accompany the senator on this trip.

The senator met with indigenous communities in Chiapas (X/ @PRI_Nacional)
The senator met with indigenous communities in Chiapas (X/ @PRI_Nacional)

Before this meeting, the senator took a tour of San Cristóbal de las Casas where he also touched on public policy issues with the population whom he seeks to convince of being the best option to succeed Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO).

“@XochitlGalvez has worked tirelessly for the communities and indigenous peoples of our country, promoting public policies to combat poverty and marginalization. From San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas, we reaffirm our commitment to fight for their causes.”

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