He General Council of the Electoral Institute of the State of Guanajuato (IEEG) in an extraordinary remote session, resolved the requests for registration of the partial coalition agreements of “It’s going through Guanajuato” and “Together we will make history in Guanajuato” to nominate candidacies for local councils and town councils in the Ordinary Local Electoral Process 2020-2021.
The request for a partial coalition agreement “Va por Guanajuato” between the Institutional Revolutionary Party and the Party of the Democratic Revolution; while “Together We Will Make History in Guanajuato” was celebrated between the National Regeneration Movement, Labor Party and New Alliance.
The draft resolution indicates that the registration of the agreement of the partial coalition called “Va por Guanajuato” is appropriate, since meets legal requirements.
On the other hand, the agreement contains the integration of the competitiveness blocks of the districts in which candidacies for local councils will be nominated, and of the municipalities in which candidacies for municipal presidencies and syndicates will be nominated, as well as the nominations that in each one of them will correspond to women.
In another point on the agenda of the extraordinary session, it was mentioned that on December 23, 2020, members of the opposition blocs presented to the Executive Secretariat of the IEEG the Application for registration of the partial coalition agreement.
However, the draft resolution indicates that the registration of the partial coalition agreement is not appropriate, since does not meet several of the requirements set forth in the Law.
Among them it stands out that The National Council of Morena did not approve the celebration of a partial coalition agreement for the application; nor did he approve the electoral platform, nor the government program of said coalition.
In that context, the National Executive Commission of the Labor Party did not approve the celebration of a partial coalition agreement with MORENA and Nueva Alianza.
In addition, the electoral authorities indicated, The procedure for the selection of candidates was not specified that correspond to the coalition parties.
Furthermore, they revealed that Annex 2 of the agreement indicating that Morena will nominate candidacies for council offices for the city of León was not adjusted, which contravenes the Law of Electoral Institutions and Procedures for the State of Guanajuato, according to which, each coalition party must present its own lists of candidacies by the principle of proportional representation.
They also clarified that it was not incorporated into the agreement, the integration of the competitiveness blocks of the districts in which candidates for local councils will be nominated, and of the municipalities in which candidacies for municipal presidencies and syndicates will be nominated, as well as the nominations that, in each of them, will correspond to women and men.
The purpose of the “Together we will make history in Guanajuato” agreement was to nominate candidates by the principle of relative majority for local councils corresponding to 11 electoral districts: III León, XI and XII Irapuato, XIII Silao de la Victoria, XIV Salamanca, XV and XVI Celaya, XVII Santa Cruz de Juventino Rosas, XVIII Pénjamo, XIX Valle de Santiago and XXII Acámbaro.
In addition, I was looking for a total of 23 municipalities: Abasolo, Acámbaro, Apaseo el Alto, Apaseo el Grande, Celaya, Comonfort, Cortazar, Guanajuato, Irapuato, Jerécuaro, León, Manuel Doblado, Pénjamo, Romita, Salamanca, Salvatierra, San Felipe, San José Iturbide, San Miguel de Allende, Santa Cruz de Juventino Rosas, Silao de la Victoria, Valle de Santiago and Villagrán.
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