"Corcholatas" coincide in Tamaulipas;  those from Va por México, in Aguascalientes

“Corcholatas” coincide in Tamaulipas; those from Va por México, in Aguascalientes

Nearby -but not disturbed- was Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas, known as “Alito”, who after posing for some photos, left to meet with PRI organizations in Coahuila.

Before leaving, the tricolor leader assured that he and everyone are very happy with the alliance that brought Tere Jiménez to power. “It is clear that the alternative for Mexico is Go for Mexico,” he said.

His support for the reforms to the National Guard, however, was what caused the estrangement with the leaders of the PAN and PRD, which are still waiting for the tricolor to have a renewal to see if the alliance can continue.

“We trust that they will correct and adhere to the commitments made,” said the blue and white leader, Marko Cortés, at the Aguascalientes event.

Meanwhile, in Tamaulipas, Américo Villarreal’s swearing-in ceremony became another moment to measure the applause for Morena’s so-called “corcholatas”.

Claudia Sheinbaum, head of the Government of Mexico City; Marcelo Ebrard, Secretary of Foreign Relations, and Adán Augusto López, Minister of the Interior, met early for the event that marked the outcome of the mandate of Francisco Javier García Cabeza de Vaca.

Adan sat down a few meters from Américo. From there, he was convinced that together with him, the people of Tamaulipas “will leave the past behind and build their future of Transformation.”

A little further and recording with his cell phone, Marcelo Ebrard made himself comfortable, who assured that the new governor will be very successful.

The same Claudia Sheinbaum, who stressed that the people of Tamaulipas “decided that it was time for a real change.” Of the three, the head of government was the one who received the most applause.

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