AMLO Morenistas are sexists, misogynists, aggressors, and rapists of women

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If anyone has been intolerant and lacks empathy with women, especially against victims of femicides and brutal gender-based violence, it has been President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

  • To the anger of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the greatest and best ally of women in the current electoral process have been the members of the General Council of the National Electoral Institute.

Given the reprehensible events that occurred against Mexican women throughout the concurrent federal electoral process, we can anticipate that if women vote, Morena will lose.

Women are the vast majority of the population, which is faithfully reflected in the Nominal List of Voters, they are registered in the National Register and have a valid Voting Credential with a photograph.

If anyone has been intolerant and lacks empathy with women, especially against victims of femicides and brutal gender-based violence, it has been President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Following the goat of the bell, so have the candidates of the National Regeneration Movement (Morena), notably Félix Salgado Macedonio, in Guerrero.

For no one, men and women, the macho, misogynistic, discriminatory and contemptuous attitude of the government of the Fourth Transformation against Mexican and Oaxacan women is unknown. They don’t care.

To the anger of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the greatest and best ally of women in the current electoral process have been the members of the General Council of the National Electoral Institute.

For violating the electoral law, the INE has dropped several Morena candidates accused of harassing, rapists and aggressors of women, starting with Félix Salgado Macedonio, El Toro sin fencing.

The INE unanimously endorsed the cancellation of the registration of three candidates for federal councils for false information in their statement “3 out of 3 against violence”, who committed acts of political violence against women based on gender.

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The sanctions have not only been given against men, but also against women, such as Ana Elizabeth Ayala Leyva, of the Together We Make History coalition, who was running for a relative majority deputation in District 2 of Sinaloa.

When she served as municipal treasurer of Ahome, she exercised gender-based political violence and workplace harassment against the attorney general, Angelina Valenzuela Benítez, supported by former mayor Manuel Guillermo Chapman Moreno.

For simple arithmetic reasons, today, more than ever, Mexican and Oaxacan women have the possibility of reaching power through various positions of popular representation.

It is, without a doubt, an unprecedented opportunity, unprecedented in history, because, for the first time, the offices in the mother of all electoral battles are subject to mandatory parity.

In addition, in the stubborn reality that finally prevails, whether we like it or not, like it or not, demographically women are the majority of the population and, if they vote, no one can beat them.

According to INE data, women account for 51.76 percent of current voter credentials, so thanks to total parity, they will also be more visible on the 2021 ballots.

Of the 92 million registered in the current nominal list, 51.76 percent are women, that is, 47 million 983 thousand 839, while 48.24 percent, 44 million 717 thousand 161, are men.

Older adult women aged 25 to 29 will define the results of the electoral process on June 6, 2021, the largest in the history of Mexican democracy.

The INE estimates that the highest percentage of voters will be the 11 million 310 thousand 558 older adults, with valid credentials, out of the total of 11 million 454 thousand 042 seniors.

The second category with the most voters are young people between 25 and 29 years of age, because of the 11 million 457 thousand 910 who can vote, 11 million 292 thousand 914 have a valid credential.

However, despite this new political reality, the indispensable condition for women to come to power with full equality with men remains the same as always.

We will have to see what all the candidates for municipal presidents, and local and federal deputies, are made of. If they truly live up to the current political circumstances.

In this electoral process, unlike the previous ones, Mexican and Oaxacan women had to show their intelligence, vision and sensitivity, to add and multiply.

This required, however, above all humility and simplicity, to put their natural selfishness and personal, partisan and even factional interests first, to demand full respect for their rights.

The women candidates from the various parties participating in the current concurrent federal and local electoral process, had to demonstrate with facts their maturity, growth and empowerment.

Until now, it is common to observe how it costs Mexican and Oaxacan women much more work than men, to sit at the table and agree and reach consensus.

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