Vicente Fox questioned the presidential intentions of Ricardo Monreal

Vicente Fox questioned the presidential intentions of Ricardo Monreal

On several occasions, the president of Jucopo has expressed his intention to participate in the 2024 elections

Vicente Fox questioned the presidential intentions of Ricardo Monreal

The former president Vicente Fox Quesada was launched against the president of the Political Coordination Board (Jucopo), Ricardo Monreal Avila , to the question his intentions to run for the presidency of Mexico next 2024.

Through his official Twitter account, Fox Quesada doubted that the Morenoist senator could be a presidential candidate for the 2024 elections as he questioned the senator if President Andrés Manuel López Obrador ( AMLO ) would support him before his intentions to reach the Palace National.

On several occasions, Ricardo Monreal has expressed his intentions to hold for the presidency of Mexico in 2024. On December 7, in front of the Christmas tree in the courtyard of the Senate of the Republic, he reaffirmed his objective of appearing on the ballot in the elections .

During the presentation ceremony, the media took the opportunity to approach the members of the Senate to obtain some statements on the matter and on various issues.

“My request for the holy kings is an anticipated presidential candidacy ,” said Monreal Ávila between laughter.

Likewise, days before, on December 5 at a press conference from Chiapas, the legislator from the Movement for National Regeneration (Morena) indicated that once the cherry party launches the call to register his possible candidacy , he “will be there.” .

“I want to tell you that yes, I will be in 2024, once the call is launched I will be there, I will register, I have said, and I have never hidden it, it is a normal aspiration,” said the morenista.

When questioned about the fact that President López Obrador seems to have a favoritism towards the Head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum , Monreal Ávila said unconcerned, because he hopes that the times are given, as well as that the way to choose the next candidate is democratically.

The Morenoist senator insisted that he has never been “sheltered” by power , since since he began in politics he has had to “fight” to get a position.

“I have never been sheltered by power. When I was a councilor of my town, the president did not want me to be a councilor and I beat him; When I was a deputy the first time, the governor did not want him to be a federal deputy and I beat him. When I was a senator, I didn’t want the President of the Republic and I beat him; When I wanted to be governor of my land 23 years ago in 1997, the president of the Republic did not want to be governor and we beat him in Zacatecas, ”he recalled.

Therefore, Monreal Ávila affirmed that he will wait for the right moment to present his candidacy for the 2024 elections, in which he plans to “ fight for the candidacy within the party”, an institution that he has supported, as well as the federal president, since many years.

“ I am not going to abandon Morena , it is not in my plans, in my plans is to fight for Morena, to be in Morena in a clean way with an even floor. At the same time that the call for Morena is launched, I will be present there but it is not in my plans to leave Morena ”, he clarified.

However, Monreal Ávila is not the only character on the part of the icing party who aspires to the presidency of Mexico, since the Secretary of Foreign Relations (SRE), Marcelo Ebrard has expressed his intentions to appear on the 2024 ballot. Despite the fact that she has mentioned that her priority is to successfully complete her position as Head of Government, Claudia Sheinbaum has emerged as one of the favorites in the polls.

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