Coatzacoalcos (Ver.) – Buenos Aires politician Carlos Brito Gómez died Monday at the age of 89. For decades, he was the leader of a group within the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and a multi-generational godfather.
The prominent PRI member from the state of Veracruz died of complications from pneumonia and was taken to a hospital in Xalapa.
Carlos Brito Gómez was throughout his life a mentor and godfather to multiple generations of PRI politicians and was recognized as the leader of the group that ruled the entity.
Brito Gomez, born in the Tonala Congregation, Aguadulce, was a former Deputy Minister of Government and was President of the City of Coatzacoalcos; he also served as a local and federal representative and on the State PRI Internal Process Committee Chairperson etc.
For decades, he has held key positions in determining the selection of candidates and the operation of electoral politics, and has accompanied his party’s candidates to the polls many times.
Despite changes at the state and municipal levels of government, Carlos Brito Gomez has voted in every electoral process, consistently supporting his party.
On social networks, his family celebrates the life of Carlos Brito in a few words, emphasizing his few words and affirmations:
It should be remembered that, in March this year, at the ceremony marking the 94th anniversary of the PRI at the state headquarters, the leader of the Tricolore State, Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas, honored the Carlos Brito Gómez’s distinguished contributions spanned over seventy years. Combat and dedication to the game.