Mexico City, November 27 (RHC) -- Claudia Sheinbaum, presidential candidate for the ruling coalition Seguimos Haciendo Historia, presented this Monday her electoral pre-campaign team, which will be coordinated by Mario Delgado, president of the Morena party.
She also ratified Senator Ricardo Monreal as territorial liaison coordinator and former Secretary of the Interior, Adán Augusto López, as political coordinator.
This great team that will lead us to triumph, shows that here in our movement there is an enormous unity for transformation, while the opposition is dividing, Sheinbaum Pardo said when making the announcement at a press conference on Monday, in a Mexico City hotel.
She also appointed former Secretary of Economy Tatiana Clouthier as coordinator of spokespersons, Labor Party deputy Gerardo Fernández Noroña as coordinator of liaison with social and civil organizations, in addition to being the pre-campaign spokesperson.
The team also includes the general secretary of Morena, Citlalli Hernández, appointed as coordinator of alliances for coalitions and single candidacies; the former Mexican ambassador to Haiti, Jesús Valdés Peña, as coordinator of liaison with international organizations and Mexicans abroad.
Economist Renata Turrent, as coordinator of liaison with academic sectors. Sheinbaum announced that next week she will present the plural group of dialogues for the transformation, of which she will be the liaison.
At the same time, Regina Orozco, soprano and actress, will be liaison coordinator with the cultural community, and Esthela Damián Peralta, her former private secretary when she was head of government, was appointed as coordinator of tours.
Sheinbaum added that for the moment her pre-campaign team is complete, but she did not rule out adding other personalities who want to be part of the movement.
She announced that this group will accompany her until the presidential election and insisted that, at the same time, the plural team of dialogues for the transformation will be presented on December 3. (Source: Prensa Latina).