After the resignation of the deputy Rommel Pacheco to the parliamentary group of National Action Party (PAN) to join the bank of Morena, the morenoist legislator Adela Ramos He announced that he was leaving the party to join the blue and white team.
“Now my decision to voluntarily join the parliamentary group of the National Action party is clear and firm,” he stated this Tuesday during a press conference in Chamber of Deputies.
Ramos argued that “reason (…) has no color” and described the Albiazul party as having a “humanist ideology.”
“For us, the color is the least thing. But fortunately there are honorable parties that defend Mexico and have a long resume and many years of experience,” he said.
Instead, he maintained that in his former party “there was no freedom of expression,” but “oppression and repression, discrimination, sexual violence, political violence.” Similarly, he accused him of being driven by “pernicious ambitions and corruption.”
“Good and bad are not the parties, they are the interests and now the interests in my past were driven by bad ambitions and corruption,” he said.
“Morena is no longer worth hiding in the hope of Mexico, as I found out a few days ago,” he said.
The Coordinator of the PAN Parliamentary Group, Jorge Romero Herreraapplauded Ramos’ decision and welcomed him to his seat.
“We receive all our affection, with all our conviction, that you will feel 100% supported by the women and men of National Action,” he declared.
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Last week, Ramos filed a complaint for gender violence against his former party, after being notified by the Morena Honesty and Justice Commission for his opinion on the new free books. Ministry of Public Education (SEP).
The legislator made the announcement days after the federal deputy for PAN, Rommel Pacheco, announced that he would leave the blue and white party to join the team of the virtual presidential candidate of Morena, Claudia Sheinbaum.
The Olympic diver is competing to be the blue and white candidate for the governorship of Yucatan. However, the National Action was chosen Renan Barrera, municipal president of Mérida, after a survey.