"I come to help rebuild the country, change economic policies and eliminate corruption," he says.
After 12 years in exile, the former mining leader, Napoleón Gómez Urrutia, reappeared in Mexico, where he arrived at the Senate to take his photo and receive his Morena legislative power for the next six years.
Gómez Urrutia, dressed in a suit and with a "padlock" beard, assured that he arrived to help rebuild the country and eliminate corruption in Mexico.
"I have come to help rebuild the country, to change economic policies, so that we can really put an end to inequality and poverty and help eliminate corruption in this country," he said in a short message.
The ex-leader of the miners said he was very happy to be back in his homeland and announced that he will be offering a press conference next Thursday at 10 a.m.
Gómez Urrutia left the country in 2006 on charges of waiving 55 million dollars from the national union of miners. In 2013, a red file was requested for its location, which was rejected in 2014.
The controversial trade union leader completed the procedures to refer to and participate in the Constituent Session of this room that will take place on Wednesday.
WITH REFLECTORS AND HIDDEN. The so-called "list" or senators with several members of all parties paraded yesterday through the headquarters of the upper house to formalize their credentialing process and prepare for the senate session that will take place on Wednesday.
Some looking for reflectors, others secretly. While some, such as the former head of the Mexico City government, Miguel Ángel Mancera, and the ex-deputy of Miguel Hidalgo, Xóchitl Gálvez, arrived and even offered a few words; Others, such as the presidential candidate of the PAN, Josefina Vázquez Mota, preferred to protect themselves and avoid the spotlight.
Vázquez Mota even asked for no photos to be taken, which are kept for the historical archive.
One of the most anticipated figures was Napoleón Gómez Urrutia, who arrived smiling, dressed in a suit and liked to take a picture of his new reference that accredited him as Senator of Morena.
Throughout the day, well-known senators such as Rafael Moreno Valle and those who, for the time being, are still little known, are parading to meet the process of their qualification.
In recent days, Nestora Salgado, former Commander of the Community Police in Michoacán, as well as Iphigenia Martínez and Olga Sánchez Cordero, all from Morena, have complied with this process.