Did Morena leave you without a candidacy for Governor? PAN and Va por México welcome you, announces Cortés

On December 22, the National Action (PAN), Institutional Revolutionary (PRI) and Democratic Revolution (PRD) parties formally announced that they will go together in the 2021 election. They will do so through the Va por México coalition to nominate candidates. common.

Mexico City, January 5 (However) .- The National Action Party (PAN) and Goes through mexico, the alliance that was formed with the opposition parties to the National Regeneration Movement (Brunette), they open the doors to those who led party by Mario Delgado left without candidacy for Governor.

“All the good people who want to join in National Action or in the Va por México coalition are welcome, but they go through the public recognition that things are a disaster in Mexico, that things have not been done well and that it needs a rudder, correction and balance ”, said Marko Cortés, president of the Blue and White party during a virtual conference.

Cortés spoke about Cristóbal Arias, who was running for Morena’s candidacy to go to the 2021 elections in Michoacán. He said that he was better positioned in the polls than Raúl Morón, who was elected by the party founded by today’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

According to the PAN leader, Va Por México will carry out an analysis of all the possibilities to prevent Morena from continuing to win elections.

Marko Cortés. Photo: Cuartoscuro.

“The honeymoon is over, it is pure demagoguery, it is pure simulation. They are not taking the polls, it is clear that they are not listening to the people, they are selecting with the President’s finger who they want the candidate to be. It is not a political party nor does it aspire to be democratic, it is simply a sheep behind its leader. Lots of expriistas, by the way, the worst of the PRI, the worst of all parties is in Morena, “said Marko Cortés.

On December 22, the National Action (PAN), Institutional Revolutionary (PRI) and Democratic Revolution (PRD) parties formally announced that they will go together in the 2021 election. They will do so through the Va por México coalition to nominate candidates. common.

Marko Cortés, the national leader of the PAN, thanked all those who have come together to make an effort, including members of civil society. “At this very complex moment in the country we are acting out of love for Mexico,” he said.

He stated that civil society asked to put aside their “clear differences” to unite for the defense “of democracy, for freedom and to build the Mexico of institutions.” They are united by the threat that we are all living today, he added, in addition, he recognized that it was not an easy decision because National Action has been a rival of the PRI and recalled that they have shared candidates with the PRD.

“We say firmly: it goes for Mexico, it goes for democracy, for federalism for people for children with cancer who have been abandoned, for families who have lost someone, for those who work to get ahead,” he added.

Before formalizing their alliance, the leaders of the PAN, PRI and PRD had already announced that they would support the Yes for Mexico movement, promoted by civil organizations and businessmen such as Claudio X. González and Gustavo de Hoyos, who celebrated the coalition.

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