Claudia Sheinbaum Pardohead of government of Mexico City, pointed out that, heading to the 2024 electionsthe main debate is with those who do not want the continuity of the transformation.
“I think that he debate ouris with those who do not agree with our movement, that is the most important discussion. People know us, they know what we think, what we have done.
”The main debate is the national project and the debate is around the 24th, with who wants to return to the pastwants to take a turn to the right, or with whom we want the transformation to continue, that we are the majority of the movement’‘, he stressed.
The foregoing, at the express question of the media about the possibility that the so-called presidential candidates hold a public debate, to which Sheinbaum expressed that one of the most important things is to keep waiting for the party’s call and trust the internal processes of Morena.
“I’m going to wait and see what the party tells us and follow the same survey that has always been followed, that is my proposal,” said Sheinbaum.
He emphasized that there must be confidence in the internal survey of Brunettesince he qualified it as one of the best strategiessince he asserted that they are reliable procedures that have given reliable results in previous electoral processes, “We have done very well as a party”.
This, after the presentation of the strategy “Ideathon for an energy transition”a program designed to open spaces for youth in technological innovation issues to generate projects that help the city become a place of opportunities
Likewise, the Vallejo-i Technological Development and Innovation Center was strengthened with the collaboration of the Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism; the National Polytechnic Institute, the National Autonomous University of Mexico; the Metropolitan Autonomous University and the National Technological Institute of Mexico, with the aim of promoting technological innovation for the energy transition.
The event was also attended sarah williamsdirector of the Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism at MIT, who thanked the head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum, for having the vision and, above all, the commitment to invest in technology and the use of resources to transform the Mexico City.