Even though they have been out of the party for months, the ational Political Council (CPN) of the PRI made official the expulsion of 15 of its militants, these include important profiles such as Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong, Eruviel Ávila, Omar Fayad and Claudia Ruiz Massieu.
Why were they fired?
Last Thursday, during the LXVI Extraordinary Session, the PRI CPN subjected former members to the expulsion process.
This will be done “Political actions and dissemination of principles contrary to the basic documents, as well as serious attacks on the ideological, programmatic and organizational unity of the party.”
Similarly, he stressed that while some of the famous people in The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) announced their militant resignation in mid-June and early July, others did it in September, and until now the organization and the national president Alejandro Moreno made their departure official, taking away their militant rights, arguing that they opposed the policies of the organization.
We celebrated the LXVI Extraordinary Session of the National Political Council of our party, where we approved various agreements to make 2024 stronger.
He assured that too “Disloyalty and cowardice are paid for by oblivion,” because “there is no worse punishment than the oblivion of the militant.” so he considered his departure “she cleans the house”.
Because some of them blamed Alejandro Moreno for their departure, he was accused of breaking the unity of the party, in addition, to converting the PRI into a “comparison” of the National Action (PAN) by allowing it to choose an alliance candidate for the Presidency instead of holding open elections of its militants.
Who was expelled from the PRI?
The list of 15 people expelled by the CPN on Thursday includes:
- Cintha Valenzuela Langarica – local representative of Sinaloa
- Claudia Ruiz Massieu Salinas – former lawmaker and presidential candidate
- Concepcion Zazueta Castro – local deputy of Sinaloa
- Diana Consuelo Campos Mena – legislator
- Eruviel Ávila Villegas – former governor of the State of Mexico
- Eviel Pérez Magaña – former Secretary of Social Development
- Jorge Carlos Ramírez Marín – former head of Sedatu and legislator
- Marco Antonio Mena Rodríguez – former governor of Tlaxcala
- Mariana Benítez Tiburcio – local representative of Oaxaca
- Miguel Angel Osorio Chong – former head of Segob
- Noel Juárez Castellanos – local deputy of Campeche
- Bride Magdalena Mayorga Delgado – senator
- Omar Fayad Meneses – former governor of Hidalgo
- Pedro Armenta Lopez – federal deputy
- Ricardo Madrid Perez – local representative of Sinaloa
Meanwhile, while others are analyzing their political options after presenting their resignation, effective since its presentation, others have been dismissed, such as Ramírez Marín and Nuvia Mayorga, now part of the Green Party bench (PVEM) in the Senate; For their part, Eviel Pérez Magaña and Mariana Benítez operate Morena.
Moreira defended the dismissals
On the other hand, the PRI coordinator of the Chamber of Deputies, Rubén Moreira, assured that the 15 former militants. were expelled for disloyalty to the party.
He added that the PRI gave them a lot, and that internal differences are not a reason to leave, and even less help other political forces.as in the case of Jorge Carlos Ramírez Marín.
Likewise, he assured that these dismissals would not affect the party in any way.
He concluded that the decision to remove them from their ranks was unanimous within the CPN, because “there is a whole procedure carried out by a commission called Partisan Justice, that is, it is not a person who decision, so the Partisan Justice submitted it to the National Political Council that We were about 600 people and I think it came together.”.