"Let's go together," say leaders of "Va por México";  spread unit photo

The leaders of the PAN, PRI and PRD, Marko Cortes, Alejandro ‘Alito’ Moreno and Jesus Zambrano, respectively, met on Wednesday afternoon to reiterate the unity of the ‘Va por México’ coalitionafter several days of exchanging signals between the Aztec Sun Party and its two allies.

In their respective accounts Twitter, the leaders of the three opposition parties assured that because “that’s how people want it”they will go together to the 2023 elections in Coahuila and the State of Mexico, as well as in the 2024 presidential elections.

In their messages, they shared a photo in which they appear next to the parliamentary coordinators in San Lázaro, Luis Espinosa Cházaro (PRD) and Rubén Moreira (PRI).

Earlier, the PRD published a statement signed by Zambrano in which he reiterated his demand that the definition of the candidacies of the ‘Va por México’ coalition for the 2024 elections be given through a “democratic, open, transparent and inclusive” procedure, so that civil society “organizes the selection process of these candidacies and it is not led by one or two parties or none of the parties of a coalition.”

This, as a response to the agreement so that let the PAN lead the selection process of candidates by 2024.

“Towards 2024, likewise, we are convinced that we must strengthen the Va por México coalition, and even expand it with other political forces and hand in hand with civil society so that together, political parties and civil society, let us confirm this broad political-social coalition of a democratic and progressive nature”, he pointed.

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For their part, PAN and PRI issued a joint statement in which they endorsed the commitment of their National Councils for go together in the 2023 and 2024 elections.

They also reaffirmed that in the case of the elections of the State of Mexico and Coahuila, the PRI is in charge to conduct the processes of selection of standard-bearers to the governments and that, for the 2024 elections, it will be the PAN that does it, according to its statutory rules.


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