“I see the coalition moving forward, there is dialogue in the states where there will be elections next year, and I firmly believe that the important thing for us is to strengthen it,” he added. The alliance, however, remains paused.
After the Secretary of the Interior, Adán Augusto López, assured that Morena and the tricolor have a governance agreement between now and 2024, the PRI leader denied that his party is going to endorse something that damages the National Electoral Institute (PRI).
“We are not going to endorse anything that harms the National Electoral Institute or the Federal Court. We are not going to accept anything that violates their autonomy,” he said.
Adán Augusto López said before that the agreement between Morena and the PRI goes beyond constitutional reform and includes reviving the electrical reform and binding electoral reform.
“Let’s go, and that is a commitment, to try to recover other issues such as the electrical reform; we are going to try to build a real electoral reform,” he said.
Before the parliamentary groups of deputies from Morena and their allies from the Labor Party (PT) and Verde (PVEM), the official narrated that the agreements were woven before the presidential report of September 1 and the initiative to search for Morena was born from the PRI .