The morenistas who voted in favor of the new Board of Directors rejected the accusation of the deputy for the PT, Gerardo Fernández Noroña. Photo: Cuartoscuro
Morenistas related to the coordinator the bench in the Chamber of Deputies, Mario Delgado, denied that there is a alleged “negotiation in the dark”, so that the Priista Dulce María Sauri Riancho, as president of the Board of Directors.
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Through a video posted on their social networks, the morenistas who voted in favor of the new Board of Directors they rejected the accusation of deputy for the Labor Party, Gerardo Fernández Noroña, who said that the Secretary of the Interior, Olga Sánchez Cordero.
“In Morena we do not negotiate in the dark, we are guided by principles, not positions, and that is why the Board of Directors was chosen in accordance with the law, because the important thing is not who held a position, but to have complied with the people, respecting the law and applying the reforms. ”, the party assured in a video on social networks.
The vice president of the Chamber of Deputies, Dolores PadiernaHe expressed on his Twitter account that Morena respected the regulations so that the Chamber was directed in the established order.
The Moreno deputy Lorena Villavicencio, stated that the deputies exercised a free and responsible vote.
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Villavicencio questioned the legislators who objected to following the legal route of the election and “muddied” the Congress of the Union and at the same President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, with your claims.
“For those who want to muddy the deputies and deputies, and also the president. The election of the Board of Directors was set out this way from the beginning, in an agreement signed by all the political parties, “he said.
The deputy Javier Hidalgo affirmed in his account “I am an Obradorista not a Noroñista”.
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