The senator of the National Action Party (PAN), Lilly Tellez, used his Twitter account to celebrate the recent announcement of the alliance Goes through Mexico for the elections presidential elections of 2024. According to the blue and white legislator, the parties of orposition will face the party in unity of origin of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) that swept the 2018 contest.
The return of Va por México: PRI, PAN and PRD prepare alliance for elections in Edomex and Coahuila
As reported by Santiago Creel, the talks with the presidents of the parties are already in “the conclusive stage,” and the formal announcement could take place between this Wednesday, January 11, and Thursday, January 12.
The PAN senator indicated that the coalition headed by the National Action Party (BREAD), the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), will seek to stop the power of the National Regeneration Movement (Brunette) that it has fostered the “ruin of our country.”
“The opposition parties have agreed to face together in unity the 2024 presidential election against the tricky state election that López Obrador already directs in Morena”, Lilly Téllez explained in her video.
And it is that, according to the blue and white, the change of politician is fundamental after the strategies that Morena has implemented, such as the supposed destruction of the National Electoral Institute (INE) that seeks to outdo the official government party.
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The PRI leader assured that the alliance with the PRD and the PAN in these elections will build victory in 2024 to “recover the presidency of the Republic”
In addition, the legislator recalled the march in defense of the INE that took place last weeks in Mexico City. An example he used for make a call to the public looking to make a change.
“If you think things are going wrong, cheer up, participate, join Those of us who are not willing are not willing to lose another generation of Mexicans in whims, in ambition for power and in corruption.”
The senator from Acción Nacional also indicated that her party has a great responsibility in leading said coalition to guarantee the organization and propose to the best candidates to the upcoming elections.
The leaders of the Va por México coalition, Marko Cortés Mendoza, Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas and Jesús Zambrano Grijalva, met at an event to announce officially the alliance between the opposition parties this January 12.
Va por México will distribute candidacies in the 2023 and 2024 elections; PRD is left with nothing
The leaders of the PAN, RRI and PRD officially announced the return of the alliance to participate in this year’s state elections, as well as the 2024 presidential election.
The leaders of the factions detailed their electoral strategy for the 2024 contest in the different states of the Republic, the headquarters of Mexico City and for the position of the federal Executive head.
The triple alliance explained that PRI and PAN will be in charge of designate the candidates who will compete against Morena. The PRI members will lead the elections to be held in 2023 in Coahuila and State of Mexico, while the blanquizales will choose those who will contend for the position for the CDMX and the position to the presidency from the country. For its part, the PRD will be left out of such directions.
The leader of Acción Nacional, Marko Cortés, indicated that this “distribution” of charges would have been accepted by all three political factions in order to guarantee a balanced contest.
“As the candidates of the Va por México coalition were determined in 2021 and 2022, and considering that it will now correspond to the PRI to lead the process of the two governorships of 2023the PAN and the PRI agreed that for the presidency of the Republic and the head of the Government of CDMX, National Action will be responsible for carrying out the process of defining the candidacies “
And despite the fact that the PRD was left out of proposing one or a candidate, Jesus Zambrano, PRD leader, indicated that the important thing in such an alliance it is directing a contest that is a significant weight.