National Political Council of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (But) approved statutory reform that will allow alejandro moreno cardenas (Alito), prolong his term as party chairman By 2024.
Moreno Cárdenas should end his term in August 2023, but with this reform he will extend his presidency for three more months.
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“With 458 votes in favor and 0 against, various provisions have been approved to harmonize our regulatory framework with the electoral legal framework and to strengthen our party’s organisation. PRI has grown stronger to face great challenges!” said Moreno.
With 458 votes in favor and 0 votes against, various provisions have been approved to harmonize our regulatory framework with the electoral legal framework and to strengthen the organization of our party. PRI has been strengthened to face bigger challenges! pic.twitter.com/uwNoZj8r9r
— Alejandro Moreno (@alitomorenoc) December 20, 2022
senator Miguel Angel Osorio Chong He alleged that in a closed-door meeting, the National Political Council of the party amended Article 83, Section 37 of the Constitution.
“A few months ago, Alejandro Moreno assured former presidents and the insurgency that he would not like to extend his leadership; Today he read Article 83, fr. 37 statute”, he wrote on his Twitter account.
The former head of the interior warned that he would go to the relevant authorities Challenge the change.
Osorio Chong called on PRI members to raise their voices against this “outrage”, and to defend and rebuild the PRI as the plural, democratic and open party that Mexico needs.
I call upon PRI members to raise their voice against this outrage. And it is up to all of us to save and rebuild the PRI into the pluralistic, democratic and open party that our country needs.
— Miguel Angel Osorio Chong (@osoriochong) December 19, 2022
Meanwhile, Senator Claudia Ruiz Massieu pointed out that stability is the basis for the PRI to recover voter confidence, “No improvement in line with the leader”
Act 1: @PartidoMorenaMx and his allies betrayed and violated the constitution to approve regressive electoral reform that nullified democracy in Mexico.
— Claudia Ruiz Massieu (@ruizmassieu) December 20, 2022
The party also supported an alliance with the PAN and the PRD so that Coahuila and Mexico would have common candidates for the governorship of the State of Mexico next year.