From Jalisco, Claudia Sheinbaum says: We are going to win the debate – El Sol de México

”I can tell you that we are going to win the debate next Sunday,” he said. Claudia Sheinbaum Pardoat the end of a hard day’s work in Colima and Jalisco. From Autlán de Navarro, the candidate for the Presidency of Mexico for the “Let’s Keep Making History” Coalition (Morena-PT-PVEM) said: “The continuity of the Fourth Transformation represents hope, it represents continuing to advance, it represents continuing to build this great country in where we had the privilege of being born and belonging, Mexico is a wonderful country, Jalisco is a wonderful state, what it needs is for the country to continue to have governments that are not corrupt.” She was received with a serape and Jalisco-style corrido that names her as the first female president.

Motivated and after a strong speech to the citizens, she told the media that she has an advantage in the debate and will win “because here there are ideas, there is a project, there is love for Mexico, there is nation-building, there is love for the people, on the other side , pure occurrences.

From the next debate on Sunday, April 7, she affirmed that it will be one more victory for the 4T thanks to the fact that the construction of the second floor of the transformation is designed to guarantee the well-being of Mexican men and women.

Claudia Sheinbaum predicted that an honest coalition government will arrive in Jalisco that will improve roads and create Mexico-Querétaro-Guadalajara and Manzanillo-Colima-Guadalajara-Irapuato passenger train routes.

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“We do not make promises, my commitment and commitments are fulfilled, we are going to rehabilitate the entire highway for the benefit of Autlán and the municipalities that are in this area of ​​Jalisco,” he explained.

This Wednesday he will have a press conference at 9 in the morning in a well-known hotel in front of the Stampede Monument and at the end he will go to Tlaquepaque to accompany the candidate for municipal presidency, Imelda Pérez, at the start of her campaign.

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