Claudia Ruiz Massieu was unanimously elected National Leader of the PRI for next year and has been commissioned to transform the party, calling for the definition of a new ideology, penalizing cases of corruption of its members and not favoring the technocracy about the party. policy.
To postpone the reform of the PRI for a long time, to switch from the presidential system to the democratic system and "not to favor the technical capacity of social sensibility" were the promises, leaving the party a painful and powerful defeat suffered, but not permanently or permanently.
He also accepted that they came too close to the elites, distanced themselves from civic causes and left their militancy.
Although Ruiz Massieu was the only registered candidate with the full support of the sectors, organizations and national steering committees, the National Political Council of the PRI experienced an episode that had not been seen before in the Plutarco Elías Calles auditorium at the beginning of the 43 extraordinary meeting, the local legislator Christian Vargas – of the political group of Cuauhtémoc Gutiérrez and better known as dipuhooligan– He invented a blanket that Enrique Peña Nieto claimed and that, in addition to the presidency, also released the PRI.
The former candidate's delegation to Gustavo A. Madero enabled him to come on the list of speakers from the National Political Council meeting, which was opened by former party leader José Antonio González, in support of Ruiz Massieu .
Then followed Vargas, who accused: "We have lost the presidency because they have delivered it", and he asked the Guerrero to replace the tennis shoes to tour the municipalities.
At the end of the catharsis, he also voted for Ruiz Massieu, who watched the show from the first row of chairs, flanked by former PRI leaders José Antonio González, Dulce María Sauri, Humberto Roque, Beatriz Paredes and César Camacho.
Thus they followed the intended ones to defend the election of the new leader, among others, Senator Diva Gastélum; the governor of Sonora, Claudia Pavlovich, and the cemeterist leader, Carlos Aceves Del Olmo, who said he understood Vargas's anger; however, he called him to think about how to serve the party and not how to use it. As soon as the speakers were exhausted, the vote was taken by show of hands.
Claudia Ruiz Massieu accepted that the PRI will lead his toughest fight and that the transformation will hit the next elected leadership next year. In 60 days he will call to elect the general secretary of the party.