PRI denies permission to Quirino Ordaz Coppel to collaborate with AMLO

Quirino Ordaz Coppel, former governor of Sinaloa, may not be Ambassador of Mexico in Spain, at the invitation of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, because the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) denied him permission to collaborate with the 4t.

To avoid dividing the alliance of the PRI with the National Action Party (PAN) and the Party of the Democratic Revolution (FART), the National Political Council of the PRI rejected, by majority of votes, the request for permission of the ex-Sinaloan president to collaborate with the federal government of the National Regeneration Movement party (Morena).

“It is a sovereign, democratic decision, with a clear and broad majority,” said Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas, president of the National Executive Committee (CEN) of the tricolor, which is also responsible and consistent with the needs that the PRI.

The members of the National Political Council of the PRI “They represent the living voice of the PRI members who always carry the pride of belonging to the party,” said Moreno Cárdenas when closing the extraordinary session of the internal body in which it was agreed to reject the dispensation requested on September 13 by Quirino Ordaz after a debate of speakers in favor and against collaborating with a government emanating from a party other than the PRI.

Nonagenario, the PRI federal councilor and deputy Augusto Gomez Villanueva argued against the request, which he considered transcendent for its intentions to undermine the internal life of the party and attempt to sabotage the alliance that the PRI has managed to integrate with the PAN and FART.

Counselor Maritza Jiménez Pérez claimed that the PRI leadership in Sinaloa had not joined the appeal filed around the June 6 election, when Morena won the victory in the gubernatorial dispute.

These acts damage and hurt our militancy. The Sinaloan PRI must feel offended, because (Quirino Ordaz) is more concerned with looking for a job, instead of looking for the militants. They use acronyms and the strength of our militants when it suits them, ” said Jiménez Pérez.

While the counselor Hiram Hernández Zetina emphasized that the Sinaloan’s request is to work with the Government of Brunette. “We all know the results of the June 6 election, where it was news and national shame that there was terror, fear, violence, uprisings. Party officials were raised so that they could not organize and mobilize the PRI members to vote, ”he said.

The session in which Samuel Palma César was appointed president of the National Party Justice Commission to replace the recently deceased Fernando Elías Calles, was attended by César Camacho Quiroz, Dulce María Sauri, Humberto Roque Villanueva, Beatriz Paredes Rangel, José Antonio González Fernández and Carolina Monroy, all former national presidents of the PRI, as well as Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong and Rubén Moreira, coordinators of the tricolor parliamentary groups in the Senate and Deputy Chambers, respectively.

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