Spokesperson of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), Pigeon SanchezAn allegation attributed to Alejandra del Moral’s electoral defeat in the State of Mexico Betrayal by the outgoing governor Alfredo del Mazo Maza.
this happens when the governor He turns his back on his party and works against it“The deputy and president of the PRI movement also wrote. In the same way, he asked the question: “Which embassy would Alfredo del Mazo have negotiated with?”
This tweet was published by Sánchez on Sunday, June 4 at 10:33 pm, shortly after the candidate of the Va x México coalition (PRI-PAN-PRD-Nueva Alianza) accepted His defeat against teacher Delfina Gomezfrom the Juntos Haremos Historia coalition (Morena-PT-PVEM).
This happens when a governor turns his back on his party and works against it.
which embassy would have negotiated @alfredodelmazo ,
— Paloma Sanchez (@palomaSnchez) June 5, 2023
As of now, the Preliminary Electoral Results Program (PREP) gives Delfina Gomez wins with 52.67% of the votewhile Alejandra del Moral has 44.32% of the electoral preference.
The Mexican governor has not ruled out the allegation of “turning his back” on his party. The state president confined himself to Congratulations to Delfina Gomez on her election victory.
“Today the people of Mexico have chosen, in an exercise of democratic participation, with full dignity and freedom, to lead the course of our state for the next six years. We recognize Maestra Delfina Gomez for her victory in this election And we wish him the greatest of success for the good of the State of Mexico,” he wrote on his official Twitter account. Twitter.
Today the Mexican people have chosen, in an exercise of democratic participation, with full dignity and freedom, to lead the course of our state for the next six years. we know the master @delfinagomeza We wish him all the best for his victory in this election…
— Alfredo Del Mazo (@alfredodelmazo) June 5, 2023
“Together we will make history” With the victory of the coalition, the 94 years of uninterrupted government of Panchayati Raj. Thus, Alfredo del Mazo would go down in history as the first PRI member. Transition of power in the State of MexicoAfter almost a century of Tricolor party hegemony.