progressive myopia of opposition
By. Jose C. Serrano
the coalition Goes through Mexico He acts like the blackberry: he cries that cries in the corners. He complains that Morena's corcholatas, with or without a flat floor, go running around the country to offer their clients the moon and the stars; curse the darkness instead of lighting a candle.
His progressive myopia prevents him from seeing that the teacher is in front of his nose Alejandro Ismael Murat Hinojosaa 47-year-old young man, graduated in law from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM), with a master's degree in Law and another in International Relations, both from Columbia University, in New York, United States.
Alexander Murat He was a federal deputy from 2004 to 2006, general director of the Institute of the National Housing Fund for Workers (INFONAVIT) from 2012 to 2015. He has a license to practice as a notary public in the State of Mexico.
In December 2015, Murat Hinojosa He left his post at the head of INFONAVIT to formally announce his candidacy as a candidate for governor of Oaxaca, on behalf of the Together we do more coalition, made up of the Institutional Revolutionary, Green Ecologist of Mexico and New Alliance parties.
On June 13, 2016, the State Electoral Institute and Citizen Participation of Oaxaca (IEEPCO) endorsed his victory in the elections, for which, since December 1, he served as governor of said entity, for the period 2016-2022.
Murat Hinojosa, still governor of Oaxaca, spoke about his quest for the presidency of Mexico. Magazine Who, where the Oaxacan politician looked like the protagonist of the cover and eight columns expressed that he wanted to share his experience at the national level; cause a change within society; head a government that sets out on its course to transform reality.
Alexander Murat He assures that the first thing in his path will be to focus on obtaining the support of the PRI members, although he said he was ready to take the reins of all the opposition, just as he did in Oaxaca, where, according to his testimony, he worked hand in hand with the federal government. and all political forces.
However, he assures that within the construction of a candidacy for the presidency of Mexico, the most important thing is not that he be the chosen one of a party or of certain colors to represent, since he is more interested in becoming "the people's candidate".
On February 8, Alejandro Murat Hinojosa met with Members of the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (CANACO SERVYTUR) Chihuahua, where he took the opportunity to share his book More Oaxaca in the world.
As he announced, he is carrying out an approach from the perspective of social and economic development, and mainly around security; he said he had solid proposals to really change. In the specific case of the security in Mexico, proposes a reform to the Accusatory Criminal Procedure System.
The former governor of Oaxaca recently toured Puebla to present his political project to a representation of PRI leaders and militants, as well as local businessmen. At that meeting, he spoke out against normalizing the climate of insecurity that prevails in Mexico, and in favor of improving coordination between authorities to combat crime.
Murat could face a tough test in his political career, because, while the official coalition has already released its corcholatas to work on its pre-campaigns, from the opposition people like Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas, Gabriel Ricardo Quadri de la Torre, Enrique de la Madrid Cordero, Beatriz Paredes Rangeland others will appear there.
Faced with a possible cochupo, it is advisable that the young politician Murat HinojosaReview with your parent and trusted friends, the long list of harmful practices that usually occur in electoral competitions, to visualize them in a timely manner and avoid them.
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