San Diego Fish Basket Withdrawal from the internal race for the presidential nomination mexican broad front.
in a videolicensed legislators publicly expressed their support Hochitel Galvez And asked not to stop the league’s internal procedures because of his decision.
“Today I declare my full support for Xochtel Galvez in leading the Mexican Broad Front. I fully believe that it is my duty,” he said in the video, while also calling on his supporters to join the applicant’s cause.
Prior to this, the national leader of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), Alejandro MorenoBeatriz Paredes or Xóchitl Gálvez will be in charge of leading the alliance until 2024, he said.
They pressed the declination of Xóchitl Gálvez’s Santiago Creel
In addition, civil society organizations Mexico UnitedCreel, who participated in marches in support of defense of the National Electoral Institute (INE) and against electoral reform, also demanded that Creel bow to his political intentions to seek a presidential candidate.
“The numbers we all know show that Xóchitl Gálvez has the most preference. We are in the final stages of the process. We understand the thinking and behavior of some of the institutions involved in this historic event. victory in the constitutional elections in June 2024,” the signatory activists pleaded.
The letter was signed by former PAN governors: Fernando Canales Clariond from Nuevo Leon; Guadalupe Osuna Millán, Eugenio Elorduy Walther and Ernesto Ruffo from Baja California; Alberto Cárdenas Jiménez and Francisco Ramírez Acuña, from Jalisco; Ignacio Loyola, from Queretaro; Marco Antonio Adame Castillo, from Morelos; Carlos Medina Plascencia, Juan Manuel Oliva and Juan Carlos Romero Hicks from Guanajuato; and Patricio Patreon from Yucatan.
“In addition to the formal leadership, hundreds of PAP members accompanied Senator Galvez on his visits to our states. Circumstances, her profile, trajectory and work make her a fresh and attractive political option, with likely to win next year’s difficult and complex electoral battle,” they said in a letter sent by their 1,820 members in Porvenir, Mexico.
After Creel leaves, a woman will be Front’s presidential candidate
During the first phase of the internal process, applicants collected 150,000 signatures, and 40 per cent of the 143,434 civic supports Creel collected on its digital platform were registered by its work team, equivalent to 358,735. Thus, of these 100,000 327 were signed with the support of the PAN structure (28%) and 114,00974 (32%) were directly registered by citizens.
At the age of 68, this is Creel is running for the presidential candidacy for the third time. The first time, in 2005, he lost to former president Felipe Calderón, and the second time, in 2012, to incumbent Senator Josefina Vazquez Motta.
What’s next for Mexico’s broad front process?
In the final stages of the internal process, three other dialogue forums will be held in León, Guanajuato, to discuss educational issues and social programs; in Guadalajara, Jalisco, they will discuss Mexico’s international ties; the states’ fashion shows are scheduled to close in Merida, Yucatán, where they will discuss violence affecting women.
After the forum, The next presidential nominee will be determined by two instrumentseach of which will have a 50% value: a public consultation to be held from August 27 to 30; and a public consultation scheduled for September 3.
With Creel in decline, the National Action Party and the Institutional Revolutionary Party will face off on September 3 for the presidential candidacy.