Democracy yes! They demonstrate against the reelection of Mazatlan Mayor

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The protesters stated that they did not want to vote for the PRI or the PAN, but neither for Morena, since they did not agree with the candidate they have imposed.

Mazatlan, Sinaloa .- Dozens of militants and supporters of Morena, civil associations and various commercial sectors that at some point felt aggrieved by the municipal government during the current administration, marched peacefully from the Monument to the Fisherman to the Municipal Palace to express their rejection of the reelection of Mayor “the chemist” Benítez Torres, to the mayorship of Mazatlán.

” Chemist no, you are not good for president! Chemist no, democracy yes! We do not want impositions !”

They walked along Aquiles Serdán until they reached the Pino Suárez market, from there they turned onto Leandro Valle, then onto 5 de Mayo, to head towards Melchor Ocampo where they stopped in front of the “chemist’s” laboratory, they continued along Guillermo Nelson until they reached to the esplanade of the Plazuela República, there they concluded.

” The leadership of Morena has made a serious mistake in naming as its candidate the chemist, the worst municipal president in 20 years, who understands the copula of Morena that they must correct to avoid making this mistake,” said Miguel Ángel Jardínes.

The protesters stated that they did not want to vote for the PRI or the PAN, but neither for Morena, since they did not agree with the candidate they have imposed, so they said they would give their vote to Elsa Isela Bojorquez Mascareño, a licensed attorney general, even if he was in another game.

” That they respect the militancy, the sympathizers, the people in the opinion of the decision that leaders and governments do not want impositions. Not the chemist, ” they shouted.

” Morena through the chemical is not a brunette! They added; for being a nepotist, misogynist, corrupt and authoritarian, they assured, they will not give their vote to Benítez Torres.

Source: elsoldemazatlan.com.mx

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