Alejandro Moreno, national president of the PRI, announced that the possible expulsion of the governor of the State of Mexico, Alfredo del Mazo Maza, from the party will be analyzed for the “submission” he has had with the government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Interviewed on Azucena Uresti’s news program on Radio Formula, he assured that Del Mazo faces a series of complaints within the partywhich must be analyzed to process them.
He said that the decision does not correspond to the National Executive Committee, but that they are proposals that were made before the Party Justice Commission, “which is an autonomous body of the party”, and there are already requests against Alfredo del Mazo, for which reason they have what to vent
Alejandro Moreno criticized Governor Del Mazo’s “submissive” stance with the federal government and President López Obrador, which is why he insisted that “in this country we must work with institutions and with respect, but not with submissions.”
He argued that this is not the first time that Alfredo del Mazo shows an attitude of submission to the government of the Republic, and said that there is “a lot of evidence” for everyone to see.
This Monday, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador attended the sixth report of the governor of the State of Mexicosomething that has not happened with any other governor in this six-year term.