Claudia Ruiz Massieu was registered yesterday evening for the National Commission Internal Processes of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) to conclude the 2015-2019 period as the national president of this political body that Manlio Fabio Beltrones founded.
Ruiz Massieu is currently interim president in priority after the resignation of René Juarez, after the defeat in the July 1 elections where the PRI lost the presidency of the Republic and was downgraded to third power in the Congress of the Union.
"If the opinion of the Commission and later the majority of the councilors consider it, the challenge for our party is to restore strength, win the public's trust, get closer to the base and be militant," said Ruiz Massieu in an interview. request your registration.
"[Buscamos] It will be a wise alternative to citizenship, which will give up its causes and strengthen us to be competitive and to be more firmly present in the next elections, "he added.
Today the National Political Council of the PRI meets to analyze the opinion of the National Commission for Internal Processes, which would initially consider only the nomination of Ruiz Massieu, to determine whether it supports the final Guerrero presidency.
Last night, this committee received the request from Oaxacan Rogelio Audifred, but he only met two of the sixteen requirements set out in the call and did not present any support from the party's sectors or organizations.
Rubén Escajeda, chairman of the National Commission for Internal Processes, explained in an interview that Ruíz Massieu does indeed cover all the requirements of the call, but that "this internal working group will thoroughly examine them in order to prepare the corresponding opinion."
Ruiz Massieu said that he had submitted his registration application in accordance with the internal regulations and the rules of the call, which met all the requirements.