The head of the Secretary of Citizen Security of the capital ruled out having interests in a position in front of the local Executive. (Darkroom)
Despite the increase in his popularity reflected in the polls for possible candidates to replace Claudia Sheinbaum in 2024, Omar García Harfuch ruled out his search for the head of government of Mexico City in the next elections.
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In an interview with Azucena Uresti for Grupo Fórmula, the head of the capital’s Citizen Security Secretariat (SSC-CDMX) explained the reasons why he would prefer not to participate in the elections as a candidate for the local Executive.
“I am the chief of the Mexico City Police and if I would like something it would be to be able to help the team in which I am serving,” said the official.
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In this sense, he explained that he prefers to stay focused on protecting the security of CDMX. “A delicate event can complicate our work and that is why we have to be 100 percent aware of what we are doing,” he indicated.
García Harfuch reiterated his commitment to the safety of CDMX. (Infobae Mexico)
“Mexico City is an extremely dynamic and […] We cannot avoid all illegal acts, but it is our responsibility that they do not go unpunished”, asserted García Harfuch, alluding to his commitment to the work he currently carries out.
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Regarding his belonging to Claudia Sheinbaum’s work team, the secretary endorsed his support for the president and left open the possibilities to continue collaborating with her over the years.
“If she has another assignment, then of course I would very much like to be able to help her and continue to be part of her team,” acknowledged the chief of the capital’s police, so that, in the event that Sheinbaum Pardo reached the Presidency in 2024, there would be willingness to be part of his cabinet.
García Harfuch’s statements in his dialogue with the journalist dispelled rumors about his possible candidacy as a candidate for the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) for the elections that would renew the capital’s governorship.
The CDMX secretary of citizen security maintained his support for Claudia Sheinbaum. (GOVERNMENT OF MEXICO CITY/CUARTOSCURO)
According to recent surveys by the company Massive Caller, Omar García Harfuch positioned himself as the third preferred candidate among the citizens among the list of possible candidates related to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, since he obtained 14.7% of the preferences.
When asked “Who do you think should be the candidate for head of government of the parties related to the president in 2024?”, the most popular was Martí Batres, current CDMX Government Secretary, with 18.2% of the votes. votes.
In second place, with 17.3% of the preferences, was Clara Brugada Molina, mayor of Iztapalapa. Behind her was García Harfuch and in fourth position was Hugo López-Gatell Ramírez, Undersecretary for Prevention and Health Promotion, who was left with 11.1% of the preferences.
Martí Batres is emerging as one of the possible successors of Claudia Sheinbaum. (Twitter/@martibatres)
Other characters who sympathize with the project of the so-called “Fourth Transformation” (4T) referred to in the surveys on the replacement of Sheinbaum Pardo, but with a lower percentage, were Ariadna Montiel Reyes (Welfare Secretary), Mario Delgado (national president of Morena ) and Rosa Icela Rodríguez (Secretary of Security and Citizen Protection of the federal government).
The exercise to measure the opinions of the people, updated to February 1, 2023, revealed that there is a clear division in preferences for the new CDMX government that will cover the period from 2024 to 2030.
Morena and its allied parties (such as Labor and the Green Ecologist of Mexico) were preferred by 38.2% of the people interviewed, while the opposition alliance of the National Action (PAN), Institutional Revolutionary (PRI) and of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) obtained 39.3% of voting intentions.
Regarding the representatives of the block called Va por México preferred by the citizens, Jorge Romero Herrera (PAN coordinator in the Chamber of Deputies) is the one who leads the list. Behind him were PRI member Adrián Rubalcava (mayor of Cuajimalpa) and PAN member Santiago Taboada (mayor of Benito Juárez).
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