While most of the parties focus on making alliances to win the elections, Citizen movement (MC) has sought to distance itself from this practice and go alone on the ballot.
A collection of jewelry and bank accounts in the austere estate of Delfina Gómez
A modest house and an austere car in the declaration of assets of the pre-candidate from Morena to the governorship of the State of Mexico are contrasted with the rest of her properties
This has already worked for the orange party, taking over the governorships in two of the main states of the country: Jalisco Y New Lion. MC will seek to repeat the formula in this year’s elections, both in Coahuila as in the Mexico state.
In the case of the Mexican entity, a name already appears in the surveys to be the Movimiento Ciudadano candidate for governor: Juan Manuel Zepeda Hernandez.
Alejandra del Moral and her real estate assets
Between houses, apartments and land, the candidate for the governorship of the State of Mexico has amassed a series of important properties, according to her patrimonial declaration
Juan Zepeda began his political career in Nezahualcoyotlwhere was chief of Political Coordination, vice principal of government, receiver attorney and even the mayor.
Then he came to Congress of the State of Mexico What deputy local Y coordinator of the bench of the Party of the Democratic Revolution.
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From there his popularity rose by becoming PRD candidate for the government of the State of Mexico, election in which he came in third place. In other words, Zepeda Hernández would once again face Delfina Gómez, who aims to be the candidate of the official National Regeneration Movement (Morena).
Juan Zepeda is currently Citizen Movement Senatorfrom where he will again seek the Mexican government and the feat of end almost a century of uninterrupted PRI governing the state.
In his meteoric political career, he has amassed a modest patrimonywhich has disappeared without explanation. This is what the asset declarations that he himself has presented and that Infobae Mexico reviewed.
In 2021, Juan Zepeda presented two asset declarationsthe first on May 28 as a senator of the Republic and the second on June 7 as a leader of Movimiento Ciudadano.
In both, the MC legislator said he had two modest belongings, a property and a vehicle that do not exceed 150 thousand pesos in their acquisition value.
The first belonging of Zepeda Hernández that he reported in that year was a plot of 200 square meters that he bought in Guanajuato for a value of 69 thousand 475 thousand pesos.
That is, the land that the senator bought had a cost less than 350 pesos per square meter.
Two years later, in 2009, Juan Zepeda took over the vehicle, a Audi A3 model year 2006 which, despite being a high-end car, had a cost of 78 thousand 500 pesos.
This modest patrimony of Juan Zepeda, however, disappeared in the patrimonial declaration which he presented the following year, before the Senate of the Republic.
Dated May 27, 2022, the document from the Movimiento Ciudadano legislator ensures that He has neither real estate nor automobiles.
The asset statement does not indicate what he did with the 200-square-meter land, or with the Audi.
It is ruled out that Juan Zepeda sold the properties, since in his income he only registered his salary as a public official.
While if his destiny was the donation or the assignment, the candidate for the governorship of the State of Mexico You should have informed this in the section “in case of deregistering the property/vehicle, include the reason”.
Article 60 of the General Law of Administrative Responsibilities qualifies as “serious administrative misconduct” who hide your information or lie to the truth at the time of presenting your patrimonial and interest declaration.
Meanwhile, article 78 of the same law mentions that serious administrative offenses are penalized with suspension either dismissal employment, position or commission; economic sanction and until the temporary disqualification to hold public office.