Tijuana, BC. Fernando Jorge Castro Trenti, former candidate for governor of the PRI (2013) and diplomat during the administration of Peña Nieto, will be part of the national coordination of the defense of the fourth amendment, confirmed the governor of Baja California, Marina del Pilar Avila, on his social networks.
Through a message on the platform, “All his work and all his talent will add to the consolidation of the victory of Dr. Claudia Sheinbaum and the 4T.”
He also served at that time as president of the Municipal Steering Committee of the PRI in Tijuana and had a long career in that party, holding various popularly elected positions—congressman and senator—and partisans, confirming his inclusion in Sheinbaum’s team.
“I thank Dr. Claudia Sheinbaum, Transformation Defense Coordinator, for inviting me to assume the Vice Coordination of Organization and Territorial Liaison, of the National Coordination, to fight alongside her and Dr. Ricardo Monreal, who was promoted on the 2nd floor of 4T,” as published by the former Mexican ambassador to Argentina, Switzerland, and Lichtenstein.
With his thanks, he attached an image of him accompanied by Sheinbaum and Senator Ricardo Monreal, who is the coordinator of the organization and territorial liaison.
Castro Trenti resigned from his membership in the PRI in 2019, arguing that the party was tired and that he had a political relationship with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.