The morenista ended his activity in Ensenada with the presence and music of the vocalist of Grupo Firme, who sang the song “Ya Supérame.”
This weekend, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, national coordinator of Defense for Change, on behalf of Morena, visited Ensenada, Baja California. There, among supporters, businessmen and various members of Mexican politics, Sheinbaum signed an agreement “For Unity.”
The event took place in the afternoon of Sunday, October 22, at the “Óscar ‘Tigre García” gym and brought together morena militants from different areas of Baja California. Also, there is the presence of Marina del Pilar Olmeda current governor of the state, and the president of Morena, Mario Delgado Carrillo.
Sheinbaum Pardo discussed many topics, in which the achievements made by President López Obrador are notable. The same will continue if the national coordinator of 4T achieves victory in the elections for the presidency of Mexico in 2024.
The virtual candidate of Morena declared, before the audience, that in 2024 the continuity of the Fourth Amendment will be defined. Or if there is a flashback to the past. Likewise, he promoted priority projects during the Obrero government, such as the construction of the Mayan Train or the recent proposal that the judges of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation be elected by majority vote.
At the end of the event, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo and Mario Delgado Carrillo and sports figures, businessmen and academics signed the so-called “Unity Agreement between Morena militants.” And they stated that the movement (of 4T) is increasing. This is because more and more people want to continue what AMLO started.
Eduin Caz is at Claudia Sheinbaum’s event in Ensenada, Baja California
At the end of the event, which brought together almost five thousand people, the attendees had the opportunity to hear live the regional Mexican music singer, Eduin Caz, vocalist of Grupo Firme. On stage, the singer from Tijuana performed one of his biggest hits, “Ya supérame.”