This Sunday the 21st, Delfina Gómez met the militants in a vacant lot located behind the only commercial plaza in the municipality of Zinacantepec, because the local government refused to lend them the central plaza.
The rain delayed the event, which was set for 2:00 p.m., but not those who gathered in tents set up among corn fields.
Teacher Delfina was greeted with a clean energy call by the supreme chief of the region and some representatives of the vulnerable groups of Xicanatepec.
At her second campaign event this Sunday in Toluca Valley, Delfina Gómez was supported by nearly a thousand attendees who voiced their support at all times, and many of them received immediate feedback from the candidate.
On the dais, the Murray standard bearer was as always accompanied by his close group composed of the National Representative of Murray, Higinio Martinez, Senator Martha Guerrero, PVEM leader, José Cotolenc; and PT’s leader in Adomex, Norberto Martínez. While in public it was possible to observe the deputy Mónica Álvarez and some councilors of the municipality.
The first to take the microphone to start the event was the leader of the Green Party, who reprimanded him for not lending the central square to hold a campaign rally.
However, he emphasized that despite all the obstacles imposed by the opposition, Delfina Gomez maintained a 20-point lead in all polls during the nearly 100 days of pre-campaign and campaign.
Therefore, he invited the public to go out and vote on June 4 to “remove the same old people”.
Higinio Martínez Miranda, representative of the Morena National Committee, continued, who pointed out that despite the fact that it has been confirmed throughout the country that Teacher Delfina will win the election, they are not convinced, because they know that the citizens will vote for her. that confirms victory.
In this vein, he urged Mexicans not to be reassured by pink cards, pantries or money, and not to be intimidated by threats.
He insisted, “Their vote is going to make history, they will run in a historic victory to defeat the Atlacomulco group.”
However, he called on the governor and secretaries of health and education to stop pressuring workers and teachers to vote for the PRI.
Finally, the candidate used his voice for at least 40 minutes and first told Zinacantepecques that if he assumed the governorship “there would be no more white elephants,” referring to several works, mainly hospitals. In what the PRI governments left halfway, including the Jinacentepec hospital, which he anticipated would be put into operation for the benefit of the population.
Teacher Delfina highlighted that pre-campaigns and campaigns have been places to listen and collect proposals and petitions to put together their plan of action.
Therefore, he stressed that priority issues must be addressed and which are the most pressing demands of citizens: security, water, the countryside, mobility, education, culture and sport.
In security, he explained, there will be coordination between the three levels of government so that there is a quicker response, more trained and equipped police officers, and public ministries and specialists will be strengthened so that they can participate in reducing crimes in Adomex. as feminism.
In the case of water, he pointed out that the government needs to fix the hydraulic network to reduce leakages, as currently 40 ppr per cent of liquid is wasted due to this situation.
Similarly, a culture of forest care and afforestation will be promoted.
“We should have planted trees 20 years ago to avoid going into crisis, which is why a culture of maintenance must be created in the next generations,” he said.
He also told that from the point of view of fauna, the sanctuaries of Monarch butterfly will be saved and emphasis will be laid on the care of bees.
The farmer sector will be supported by equipment that allows field workers to improve their productivity and do less heavy work.
In addition, he said, a campaign would be launched to ensure land tenure and that farmers have a guarantee of their land so that they do not take it back; And graduates of schools like Chapingo will be sought to help train the sector in production and sales.
Supports for women
Delfina Gomez reiterated that she would not remove the pink card, on the contrary, support would be expanded and strengthened.
“Only the name will change and there will be no coordinator to avoid corruption, who favor their families and threaten beneficiaries by taking away their resources. To make it transparent, the list of beneficiaries will be made public.”
For vulnerable groups
The candidate said that support for vulnerable groups will be a reality, so that they can preserve and strengthen their culture.
In addition the indigenous artisans will be helped in marketing their products in countries like France, Canada and USA where their products are highly valued.
On another topic, the candidate of the Juntos Haremos Historia coalition highlighted that the structures to protect the vote: polling station representatives and electoral observers are complete, he also pointed out that there has been a high demand for participation, because Citizens are very committed to assert themselves. His decision on this 4th June.
He announced that following the start of compatriot votes, many have pledged their support for the coalition.
Gómez Álvarez projected that there would be gender parity in his cabinet, so that 50 percent of the positions would be for women.
He also warned that the salaries of senior government officials from the governor down would be reduced.
“If we want to serve the people, we are going to show it with actions,” he said.
Delfina Gómez announced that next Saturday a “zero corruption” forum will be held in Toluca, in which citizens will be able to participate through her page delfina.mx
The program ended with cheers, applause and flag waving in support of the candidate.