For accusations of imposing superdelegates as candidates for governor’s office and of “infamous use” of the party in the hands of Mario Delgado, national leader of Morena, the federal deputy and candidate for the party’s candidacy for the governorship of Colima, Claudia Yáñez Centeno, announced his resignation from Morena.
In her Facebook account, the legislator also accused the National Elections Commission and the Morena Polls Commission of trampling the rights of party members in an unfair and disgraceful manner.
“I resigned this Tuesday from the Morena membership and asked the president of the Party’s National Executive Committee, Mario Delgado Carrillo, to immediately remove me from the membership list.
“In this letter that I personally delivered to the Official Morena headquarters building in Mexico City, I argued:“ The infamous use that Mario Delgado, the National Elections Commission and the Morena Polling Commission made of those who aspire to be elected democratically by that party as candidates for the governorships of various states ”.
In the letter delivered this Tuesday at the party’s headquarters, the still Moreno legislator pointed out that it was “inadmissible that, due to dark interests and previous dome agreements, they imposed super-delegates as candidates, some accused of corruption, despite being ineligible, in an unequal competition, mounting that farce in which our rights are being trampled on ”.
In Colima, Indira Vizcaíno, a licensed federal deputy and coordinator of social programs in that state, was the winner in the state survey.
Yesterday, the coordinator of Programs for the Development of the Presidency of the Republic, Gabriel García Hernández, was accused by Senator Cruz Pérez Cuéllar (Morena) of betraying Andrés Manuel López Obrador, by manipulating the selection processes of Morenoist candidates for governorships by which will compete in the elections next June.
Dissatisfied with the result of the internal process in Chihuahua, which the president of Morena, Mario Delgado Carrillo, gave in favor of delegate Juan Carlos Loera, the senator presented a challenge to the National Elections Commission, on Monday, December 21, with the request that the various surveys that had to be taken be delivered, in accordance with the call for the selection of the candidate for governor of the state.