Unity, presenting good candidates and facing attacks are the challenges that the opposition currently faces, said the senator Kenya Lopez Rabadan. visiting in Guadalajarainvited by the political group I trust Mexico To give a conference, the PAN legislator called for closing ranks and for personal interests not to come before the collective goal.
“What to defend Mexico of populism requires everyone, it requires personal effort, it requires a family effort; requires a group effort of party if we are in a party or of the ONG if we are in an organization. It requires the citizen awareness of all Mexicans to hope that in the next elections no one stays at home and everyone goes to vote.”
The senator, who has been carrying out the morning counter for more than a year, asserted that being an opposition implies personal effort and citizen awareness. He stressed that they will have to fight against abstentionism by taking to the streets to convince citizens.
On the possible candidates of the opposition to the presidential candidacy, he stressed that it should not be a reason for confrontation and that in the end they join whoever has the most possibilities. The PAN member criticized the results of the Federal government with its security strategy, attention to the pandemic and in its economic policy.
Salvador Cosio GaonaPresident of I trust Mexicoargued that to curb authoritarianism, the country needs to shake up and the opponents unite for there to be a change.
The conference was attended by leaders such as the former governor Francisco Ramírez Acuña, Diana Gonzálezpresident of PAN Jaliscothe local deputies Veronica Flores and Hortensia Noroña; the delegate of National Executive Committee of the PRI, Carlos Cruzamong others.
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