PRI leadership begins analysis for 2022 elections

PRI leadership begins analysis for 2022 elections

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PRI leadership begins analysis for 2022 elections

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Mexico City / 01.07.2021 16:28:35

Alejandro Moreno, national leader of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), consider having the necessary elements to improve the quality of the citizens who trusted in the alliance “Going for Mexico” to govern the Chamber of Deputies, mayors and capitals of the country and thereby prepare to win the rest of the country’s entities.

By leading an analysis meeting for the 2022 elections, before the mayors of Mexico City as well as local and federal elected representatives, Moreno reported that it is time to fulfill the promises for the benefit of the people who favored them in the June 6 elections.

This leadership gave everything in its power to make the party do well and progress was madeBut let it be clear that we will not turn a deaf ear to the message that people sent us, which did not favor us with their vote in the entities, ”Moreno said.

Regarding the electoral challenge of next year, Alejandro Moreno announced that for the elections of state governments in Oaxaca, Tamaulipas, Hidalgo, Durango, Aguascalientes and Quintana Roo, states governed by the “Va por México” parties, The good performance of the rulers will be enforced and the entry of Morena will not be allowed.

“They will never be able to reproach the PRI and much less this leadership that we have not done everything so that the party does well,” he said.

He even pointed out his desire to create a Mexico with “free women, young people with opportunities, dynamic productive sectors that they will regain the confidence of the investment and that it returns to bet on education and scientific advance ”.

“The party is united, it has turned the page and is fine-tuning its work in the face of the challenges that lie ahead in the future, among which is propping up the opposition bloc in the Chamber of Deputies,” he said.