PAN and Xóchitl Gálvez celebrate 84th Anniversary with 10 commitments in favor of women
“We know that women are necessary for victory in 2024, that is why each and everyone, women and men, will go hand in hand with Xóchitl Gálvez, “We are going to walk together to correct the course of Mexico,” he said. Marko Cortes.
During the National Meeting of Women of Action, attended by 5,800 women from all over the country, Xochitl Galvez celebrated with great enthusiasm the 84th anniversary of the party with 10 commitments in favor of women.
At the event, it was agreed to recover social programs for the benefit of women, such as day care centers and full-time schools, guarantee equal pay between men and women, as well as a flexible work regime; promotion of comprehensive support programs for pregnant and lactating mothers and financing and training for entrepreneurs.
A national care system, with universal coverage, quality and equity, a new model of care centers for victims of violence, and an increase in the budget for prosecutors specialized in crimes of violence against women and early detection and care for cervical cancer. and mom.
The national president of the PAN, Marko Corteshighlighted the need to materialize these commitments in the face of the government's neglect that women have had throughout the six-year term and brought to the table other pending issues such as violence, harassment and threats carried out on social networks, the dissemination of private material, extortion , smear and identity theft.
“Today we reaffirm our commitment to those who are the soul and heart of Mexico: to women. We know and recognize that when women have a voice in decision-making, more equitable and just policies are generated. We know that women are necessary for victory in 2024, that is why each and everyone, women and men, will go hand in hand with Xóchitl Gálvez, we will walk together to correct the course of Mexico,” the leader confided.
In her speech she highlighted the role that the PAN has given to women since its founding in 1939 with important positions in management positions, until today, where it is approved that a female governor be the one to govern the most PAN state: Guanajuato and there exists parity in all party bodies and popularly elected positions.
He recalled that it was the PAN governments and legislators who created the National Women's Institute, the Prosecutor's Office for the Investigation of Crimes in the Matter of Human Trafficking and who promoted the General Law of Women's Access to a Life Free of Violence and pushed the total parity in the Mexican Constitution.
“A woman with guts, with well-placed ovaries” defined the PAN member to whom she offered that she is not alone because all National Action will go with her no matter what, to win the presidency of the Republic.
In your message, Cecilia Patron, general secretary of the party, assured that the PAN is making history by bringing the hope of millions of women from every corner of Mexico towards the presidency and said she had no doubt that Xochitl Galvez He will be the one who will transform the country so that women have a better quality of life, opportunities and can safely go out into the streets.
Laura Esquivel, Secretary of Political Promotion of Women, considered that there are still pending cases and that the women's struggle will not end as long as 11 women are murdered every day or that searching mothers continue without answers.
For this reason, before the 5,800 PAN members from all over the country gathered at Expo Santa Fe, she asked women to be protagonists and define the 2024 election.
“This day will go down in history as the day that the voice of the PAN members resounded to never again be silent, here we are and we will not leave here,” he concluded.
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