The senator today stressed that the agreements made for the elections in 2023 and 2024 must be left in the hands of a new leadership.
Alejandro ‘Alito’ Moreno must resign from the leadership of the PRI to prevent the accusations against him from damaging the institution, Senator Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong assured on Tuesday.

Who was also the leader of the tricolor stressed that ‘Alito’ has not denied with evidence and documents the accusations that have been made against him for alleged money laundering, among other crimes.

“That is why I have insisted that he should leave (the party) so as not to hurt him, so as not to bring this discredit that they are doing to him to our political institute,” he said in an interview with René Delgado in Entre Dichos.

Osorio Chong stressed that Moreno must leave his post before August 2023 (when his term ends) so that the new leadership can make the necessary agreements not only for the governor elections in Coahuila and the State of Mexico, but also for the presidential elections. of 2024.
The problems for the PRI were accentuated in the 2021 elections, when it lost the state governments of Campeche, Colima, Guerrero, San Luis Potosí, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tlaxcala and Zacatecas, with which it went from 12 to 4 state commanders in its power. .

Three years earlier, in 2018, the tricolor handed over Yucatán to the PAN and Jalisco to Movimiento Ciudadano.

Osorio stressed that the PRI can still «recover» from those electoral defeats and those suffered this year (when it lost one of its historic strongholds, Hidalgo) since the party has between 15 and 18 percent of citizen trust.
«Although we have not gained ground of power, we have to let a new democratically elected leadership enter and be able to establish a strong relationship with the PAN and PRD,» he added.

Alito’ Moreno has been involved in scandals due to the leaking of a series of audios made public by the Governor of Campeche, Layda Sansores, in which he is allegedly heard carrying out acts of corruption and disqualifying journalists and businessmen from the country.

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