The licensed mayor of Cuajimalpa, Adrián Rubalcava, announced this Saturday his “irrevocable” departure from the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and revealed that he had a call “full of insults” to the leader of the party, Alejandro Moreno after he will make the decision to support Santiago Taboada as the only candidate of the Frente Amplio por México (FAM) for the head of the government of Mexico City.
In the press conference, the mayor revealed that last night he had a conversation with Alejandro Moreno that led to insults and attacks when he expressed his candidacy for Mexico City.
“President Alejandro Moreno and I had a conversation, where what characterizes that call is my strong strong claim and later what people do not want to say what is true. . the call of attacks and accusations from my point of view is very dangerous,” he declared.
Rubalcava assured that the way in which the decision was made to nominate Taboada was a complaint that not only affected him but also the Frente Amplio because of the way decisions were made within the alliance and regretted that Alito and Xóchitl Gálvez lied . in.
At the same time, he insisted that he is leading the polls and that he is a candidate with clean hands, without accusations or excuses. While the PAN candidate has links and accusations for building illegal properties.
During his message, Adrián Rubalcava sent a message to ‘Alito’ Moreno to tell him that he did not say anything and also took the opportunity to warn the virtual presidential candidate of the Republic for FAM, Xóchitl Gálvez.
“I am very sad that the leadership and the presidential candidate of the Republic lied to me in the way they did and where they imitated a democratic act. I think that Xóchitl Gálvez should change the course, change the his friendship.
Be careful because just like they lied to me, they lied to other militants, be careful,” he revealed.
In addition, he clarified that even though he was offered the position of senator, he was not looking for a consolation prize and asked Moreno to enjoy the negotiations that he was supposed to do within the Front.
The mayor of Cuauhtémoc, Sandra Cuevas, arrived at the press conference called by Rubalcava, who offered her full support to ‘her favorite mayor’ without saying whether she plans to resign from FAM.