Sheyla Palacios, wife of murdered candidate, will seek to be mayor of Mante, Tamaulipas – El Sol de México

Sheyla Palacioswife Noe Ramos, the candidate of the Fuerza y ​​Corazón coalition for Tamaulipas murdered in Mante City, will resume the candidacy from her partner to continue his legacy, as her daughters encouraged her to do so.

“This decision to stand before you is mine. I am not under pressure from anyone. This decision to continue Noé’s legacy is for my daughters, for all of you and because I don’t want this improvement to stop“, he pointed.

At an event, where the former gubernatorial candidate Cesar Verástegui Ostos, PRI and PAN, was present, Sheyla Palacios, who served as president of the DIF Mante, assured that she feels strengthened for him dear from his family and surrounded by the signs of affection of the people.

Furthermore, he emphasized that he will only continue his legacy and will not try to cover that spacesince he earned it hard since 2016, when he started in politics.

I do not come to cover that space, because that space was earned hard, with all the actions in favor of those who have less.Sheyla Palacios, candidate for mayor of Ciudad Mante, Tamaulipas.

How was the Mante City candidate murdered?

Noé Ramos was murdered 13 days ago, on Friday, April 19, just when was doing a tour, as part of your politic campaign, through the Azucarera neighborhood, in the municipality of El Mante, located 190 kilometers from Tampico and 130 kilometers from Ciudad Victoria, capital of Tamaulipas.

Two days later, on April 21, the arrest of the possible person responsible for the crime was announced.

“Investigative Police of the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Tamaulipas, completed an Arrest Order against Eliud Guadalupe “M” for the crime of Qualified Homicide”he announced in a statement.

Since the day of Noe’s funeral, Sheyla Palacios called for unity now continue her husband’s legacytoday she agreed to be the candidate of the Fuerza y ​​Corazón X Tamaulipas coalition for the mayor of El Mante.

Note originally published by The Sun of Tampico.

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