The Citizen Movement is united and although there are different points of view, they are all respected, affirmed Senator Clemente Castañeda Hoeflich, after being questioned about the alleged differences between the governor’s group and that of the mayor of Guadalajara, Pablo Lemus.
The emecist legislator He dismissed the reports on the subject and assured that they are more united than ever.
“There is no division in the Citizen Movement, it is a plural and diverse political force, where there are of course different points of view, where everyone is respected and we try to do politics in the best sense of the term. We are in an extraordinary moment in Jalisco and in the country and I would say more united than ever, “he argued.
About the topic, Senator Verónica Delgadillo García, referred that they are a movement with many leaderships and that their challenge is to build the project together to provide continuity for 2024.
“There are transcendents that talk about it, but I can clearly say that we are a project that seeks to continue transforming the life of Jalisco, it is a very plural project that is made up of many people and many leaderships. What we have as a challenge is to be able to build, hand in hand with all those leaderships and the people, the project that we want to continue in 2024. From my point of view, from what I see every day, in Movimiento Ciudadano there is no division; it is a plural project with many strong leaderships”, he maintained.
The emecistas held their first forum of the country’s social democratic project “Mexican Evolution” in Guadalajara. At the conclusion of the eight forums that they will hold in different states, they will approve a new program of action for the party, the declaration of principles and the identity card of the Citizen Movement.