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Mexico’s Morena party leader satisfied with delegate elections

Mexico’s Morena party leader satisfied with delegate elections

Mexico City, Aug 1 (Prensa Latina) The leader of Mexico's ruling Morena party, Mario Delgado, celebrated the great participation in the election of delegates to the movement's national congress.
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This weekend, party elections were held throughout the country to elect 3,000 delegates to the congress to be held in September as part of an internal reorganization process, which he described as “a historic day”.

The national president of Morena assured that during the district assemblies to elect the congressmen “the seats were full all over the country”.

He considered the influx of voters to be between one and a half and two million people on Saturday and another million on Sunday, something really impressive for a party.

He said that in the 20 institutions where elections were held yesterday, Sunday, 345 voting centers were installed, of which only 11 had some kind of minor incident. The same happened on Saturday in two or three states, particularly in Veracruz.

He estimated that the only party in Mexico capable of carrying out a massive activity of this nature is Morena due to its democratic, inclusive and transparent condition.

He called on Morena’s supporters to participate in the party’s renewal always with responsibility and to reinforce the unity of the movement.

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