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Monday, August 23, 2021

Morelia, Michoacána: PAN-PRI-PRD Party’s Will Denounce "Narco-Election" Before The OAS

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat

This Monday, the national leaders of the PAN-PRI-PRD will travel to the United States to denounce the alleged interference of organized crime in the election on June 6

It will be this Monday when the national leaders of the PAN, PRI and PRD, travel to the United States to meet with Luis Almagro Lemes, secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS), to denounce the alleged interference of organized crime on June 6.

The announcement was made by the national leader of the PAN political party, Marco Antonio Cortés Mendoza and confirmed by Alejandro Moreno Cárdenas of the PRI political group and Jesús Zambrano Grijalva of the PRD coalition, who maintain the position that on June 6 there was a "narco-election" and not only in Michoacán, but in several entities of the country.

"We are going to file a complaint and report of that intervention of criminal groups in an electoral process in 4 stages: at the time of the determination of the candidates, during the campaign, on the day of the campaign and post-election so that they don’t challenge the tight processes."

Marco Antonio Cortés Mendoza, national leader of the PAN party

Cortés Mendoza, said that in the election of last June 6 there was the intervention of criminal groups and "we can’t leave this unresolved, we are going to denounce it to Luis Almagro at the OAS and also at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights," he said.

In that vein, the PAN group recalled that the one on June 6 was not only an election that had the intervention of organized crime, but that the opposition to the federal government faced "the entire apparatus. But not only that, we face an election intimidated, threatened, persecuted, with organized crime kidnapping, beating and even killing many of our candidates and political leaders."

It is important to mention that the alliance "Va por Mexico" has publicly and repeatedly denounced that organized crime had interference in the election on June 6. In the specific case of Michoacán, challenges from the 24 local districts were filed to the election of governor and a "mother trial."

In them, the intervention they say, organized crime had in several districts of the state is related, especially in Tierra Caliente. The "mother trial" is not yet resolved in federal courts and is expected to be done during the month of September, since the deadline is the 30th of that month.

It should be remembered that the governor of Michoacán, Silvano Aureoles Conejo, also undertook a tour of the United States to denounce what he calls a "narco-election," he went to the OAS and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. And he is expected to travel to Europe, to the headquarters of international organizations.

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