The national leadership of the PRD called its candidates for the Congress of the Union this weekend to train them on the electoral process and alert them of the difficulties they will face ahead of June 2.
In the work headed by the general secretary of the party, Adriana Díaz, the presence of the current coordinator of Sol Azteca in the Senate, Miguel Ángel Mancera, stood out, who settled his differences within the institute and accepted a candidacy for the Chamber of Deputies.
During this weekend, candidates for the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies received training and preparation for the registration and campaign period of the 2023-2024 federal electoral process.
During the meeting, they were alerted that “they will face a State election where the government will use all the institutions of the executive branch to favor its party, the Prosecutor’s Offices and the police to persecute its opponents; and social programs to support their candidates.”
Adriana Díaz Contreras, general secretary of the PRD, pointed out that “the official party and its allies will try to win with illegal, deceitful and criminal actions”; At the same time, she took the opportunity to mention that the PRD has documented and publicly denounced the way in which the federal government has agreed at various times with organized crime to win elections.
For this reason, he asked his nominees to strengthen unity and reconciliation with citizens to provide solutions to the major national problems and those of each federal entity, and to chart a route to advance the democratization of power.
“Given the enormous challenges that the country faces, we have to urgently build the future of the country we want, through a proactive, inclusive and responsible dialogue based on five axes: security and justice, water and sustainability, economic development with social well-being. , women’s rights and comprehensive tax reform,” he noted.
Coalition governments will also be part of the PRD’s campaign proposals, considering that the presidential regime is exhausted because the excessive abuse of power and authoritarian practices have threatened the advance of democracy.
“We have to give way to coalition governments to govern with plurality and inclusion for the development of the country and the common well-being,” he emphasized.
The coordinator of the PRD in the Senate, Miguel Ángel Mancera Espinosa, was present during the training in which information was provided on electoral regulations and crimes, campaign expenses and oversight, as well as electoral strategies and communication to defend with identity and pride the progressive left-wing social democratic agenda of the PRD.
Finally, the members of the National Directorate of the PRD indicated that next Sunday, February 18, they will march together with millions of citizens in all the public squares of the country, as a form of expression through democratic and peaceful means of the power that the broad and inclusive participation to materialize the true transformation of the country.