Murray demanded that the government of the State of Mexico not interfere in the gubernatorial election, a contest in which the party condemned alleged threats and pressure on teachers and health workers in the state.
“At least this year, we have reports not only at the secretariat level, but also from officials, senior and middle managers. There is pressure not to go to the events in Morena, all this, breaking the word of the governor (Alfredo del Mazo) He was not going to interfere in the process,” said Murray’s special commissioner for elections in the State of Mexico. , Higinio Martinez,
The licensed senator emphasized in an interview that, 15 days before the election, the call to Mexican government officials is to stop. He added that teachers and medical personnel receive pressure that Morenista can prove with testimonies.
“I don’t doubt other areas as well, but this is where we’ve basically got complaints. The call to the governor and secretaries is clear: to reduce them, let the people decide,” he said.
Minutes earlier, during her speech on stage at a rally in the municipality of Xinacantepec, Morenista gubernatorial candidate Delfina Gómez denounced that the pressure against medical personnel included layoffs.
“I’m finding that now that they’re firing doctors and nurses just because they don’t agree or don’t agree with what they want, it’s a lack of respect. And I’m going to ask my colleagues in the medical service I am, as Dr. Higinio used to say, just like our teachers to stand by. The time will come when we will have to rehire or relocate all those who are currently being laid off because they do not have that support. is what they want. Please stop,” he said.
Last March, teachers from Sections 17 and 36 of the National Union of Education Workers (SNTE) condemned the dismissals for not supporting PRI candidate Alejandra del Moral and blocked roads in Tultitlán and Ecatepec.
In a document published on his social networks, he alleged that the state education secretariat impersonated people belonging to the governor’s party at the headquarters and addresses.
This Sunday, in her first event of the day, Delfina Gómez met with some 40,000 teachers and educators in Toluca, according to the organizers. At a soccer field in the San Pablo neighborhood, Gomez reiterated that if he wins the governorship, he will continue the process of establishing a teachers’ base.