Félix Salgado Macedonio will be Morena’s candidate for governor of GuerreroMario Delgado reported this afternoon from the party’s national headquarters.
Raúl Morón goes to the candidacy of Michoacán and Rubén Rocha for Sinaloa, Delgado continued, in a conference that was transmitted via streaming.
Salgado Macedonio, 63, protested weeks ago at Morena’s headquarters in Mexico City to express his disagreement because Mario Delgado was going to announce that the survey gave an advantage to the former superdelegate in Guerrero, Pablo Amílcar Sandoval, brother of the Secretary of the Function Public, Irma Eréndira Sandoval.
In the absence of agreement, the leadership of Morena deferred definition who would be the standard-bearer of that party in the state of Guerrero.
The election exercise was in two steps: first a purification of the list of the 15 names that aspired to commission and then the survey to find out who was chosen.
Salgado Macedonio was the municipal president of Acapulco between 2005 and 2008 and in 1999 he was a candidate for the governorship of Guerrero, one of the poorest states in the country and affected by organized crime violence.
An agricultural engineer by profession, he is currently a licensed senator.