Sandra Cuevas proposes to Lía Limón to campaign in CDMX in her free time after license denial
The mayor of Cuauhtémoc, Sandra Cuevas Nievesreacted to the denial of a license for its counterpart from Álvaro Obregón, Lia Lemonleaves office to compete for the candidacy for the Head of Government of Mexico City, making a proposal so that the decision of the local Congress does not prevent him from campaigning for the country's capital.
On her Twitter account, Cuevas Nieves published a video in which she expressed her support for Lía Limón and reminded her that as mayor she is allowed to visit other districts on Saturdays and Sundays, after 6:00 p.m.
He announced that for this reason, he will hold an event to receive her on the esplanade of the Cuauhtémoc mayor's office, with the aim of getting to know the inhabitants of the district, an invitation that he extended to Adrián Rubalcava and Santiago Taboada, who also aspire to the same candidacy.
"Dear @lialimonafter the @Congreso_CdMex will deny you a leave of absence as mayor of #Alvaro Obregon and seek the candidacy for the Head of Government of the #CDMXwe want to reiterate that #CuauhtémocEsTuCasa and here we wait for you with open arms. #SCA“he wrote in the video post.
The mayor of Álvaro Obregón, Lía Limón, caused controversy yesterday by requesting leave to leave her position to the Congress of Mexico City, with the aim of participating in the process to select the candidate for Head of Government from the Frente Amplio for Mexico, from the PAN, PRI and PRD alliance, heading towards the 2024 elections.
However, the capital's Congress denied the license after all Morena deputies voted against the request, which was considered unusual, since in recent months they approved that Clara Brugada, Sandra Cuevas, Omar García Harfuch and Santiago Taboada.
After the resolution, the mayor of Álvaro Obregón accused that it was an act of fear on the part of the Morena party and reported that she will present a lawsuit for the protection of her political-electoral rights, as well as a complaint of gender-based political violence.
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