Morenistas accuse “fingering” and “fraud” in the election of candidates for governor

Guerrero

The definition of Félix Salgado Macedonio as a candidate for governor of Guerrero has not been celebrated within Morena after a day of being announced, only one of the 17 candidates has supported the senator: Beatriz Mojica, who said she supported the decision, despite because she was the “best positioned” candidate.

The academic John Ackerman, brother-in-law Pablo Amílcar Sandoval, who lost Morena’s candidacy for the Guerrero government, has been one of the characters who has expressed dissatisfaction with the appointment of Macedonio as a candidate.

Ackerman accused Macedonio’s appointment as “a historic break” for the self-styled “fourth transformation” and affirmed that this party is getting closer and closer to “the sad outcome of the PRD.”

Through his Twitter account, Ackerman assured that last Thursday, December 17, the national leader of this political party, Mario Delgado, was about to announce the appointment of Pablo Amílcar Sandoval, but “surprisingly” he backed down .

Sinaloa

The appointment of Senator Rubén Rocha Moya, as a candidate in Sinaloa, was not supported by Gerardo Vargas, who accused that the appointment was “cheating” and warned that he is analyzing legal means to the contrary.

The politician accused on his Twitter account that Mario Delgado “committed a robbery of the Sinaloans” and challenged the Moreno leader to show the polls where he supports the “cheating designation.”

In turn, the mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, known as ‘el Químico’, pointed out that he was informed that his candidacy was not viable due to the fact that a trial weighs on him in which he is accused of gender violence against the Elsa Bojórquez Mascareño union.

The mayor assured that he was offered to run for reelection, which he described as a contradiction to the criteria used to remove him from the race, for which he announced that he will seek to challenge the process.

“Morena stayed small,” he said in a message posted on his social networks hours after Rocha Moya was announced as the winner.

New Lion

The election of the mayoress of Escobedo, Clara Luz Flores, To compete for the governorship of Nuevo León, he also annoyed the Morenoite militancy who demanded that someone who had just left the ranks of another party had been elected.

The mayor of Escobedo was a member of the PRI for more than 20 years and resigned from that party on February 10. From that moment, he approached Morena, and months later he registered with the National Elections Commission to participate in the poll.

One of the candidates for that candidacy, Rafael Zarazúa, even announced that he would contest the results that gave Clara Luz the victory. “They gave us a result, from which they never gave us rules and I am not a comparsa or accomplice of anyone to an imposition,” he said.

Tlaxcala

Lorena Cuéllar Cisneros was announced as Morena’s strong letter in Tlaxcala on December 14, but Senator Ana Lilia Rivera Rivera also spoke out against what she called a “finger blow” and demanded that the party’s National Elections Commission to restore the selection process, called to which the businesswoman Dulce Silva Hernández, who was also seeking the candidacy, has also joined.

“We do not know what methodology he applied, or which municipalities were surveyed, much less its result, for that reason we demand that the procedure be reinstated, we are still on time,” Rivera said at a press conference on December 16.

Zacatecas

On December 19, supporters of some candidates in Zacatecas went to the party’s national headquarters in Mexico City to shout “fraud, fraud!” when Mario Delgado announced that the best positioned for that governorship was David Monreal.

Senator José Narro Céspedes, a candidate for that candidacy, announced that he would contest the results, as he accused that the poll was done in a manner.

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