Next year the choice is to walk through change and democracy or return to the past corruption, warned Morena’s virtual presidential candidate, Claudia Sheinbaum, during a meeting of thousands of militant, filling the Million Dollar Theater in this city and They expressed their full. support and support.
He explained to them that the meeting must take place there and not in a public square, because of a provision of the National Electoral Institute (INE), which prohibits him from holding events in open spaces, but, he emphasized, “no matter what. how scared they are, they will continue to act in the 4T movement.
“We answer that we are millions and millions of men and women in Mexico who will not allow there to be a return to the country,” emphasized Sheinbaum, amid applause, and shouts of “president, president” and the chorus of ” It’s an honor to be with Claudia Karon”
Accompanied by the national leader of Morena, Mario Delgado, the general secretary of the party, Citlalli Hernandez, Manuel Velasco, from PVEM and the petista Gerardo Fernández Noroña, the coordinator of the senators of Guinda, Eduardo Ramírez, the governor of Baja California ,
Marina del Pilar Avila, among others, recognized the migrants who gathered at the Broadway Theater and those who could not even enter because there was no more space.
Sheinbaum heard Octavia Hernández, an Oaxacan living in California, state that Mexicans who work in the United States leave their land in search of a better life and often go unnoticed, despite the fact that “we are the silent and constant economic friend of both countries.” countries” and only, he emphasized, thanks to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, we are finally recognized, we are seen, valued and empowered.
The presidential candidate replied that he will always fight for the rights of Mexicans living abroad and asked them to help him form the 4T Defense Committee in the cities where they live, because the historical participation in the election is required next year.
He remembers that at the beginning of the 1990s, he lived in California with his family and participated in the struggles to allow the so-called overseas voting, which is now a reality.
For his part, the national leader of Morena, Mario Delgado, informed them that the migrant community can now go to the consulates of Mexico, without needing an appointment, to process their credential at the INE and also asked them to organize, because “no” The border can divide the people of Mexico.
He emphasized that “after the opportunity that history has given us to elect the best president we have ever had, today there is nothing that inspires us and is more reassuring to us than ensuring that our country has a female president in first time.”
“Claudia, Claudia,” shouted the audience, growing excited when the group “Las Marías,” made up of the daughters of Mexican immigrants, sang “México Lindo” in English and Spanish.