The Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) will appoint a new national leader next Tuesday the third so far this year, and it will close the 2015-2019 period for the who was chosen Manlio Fabio Beltrones.
The still president of the tricolor, Claudia Ruiz Massieu signed the extraordinary call for the election of the head of CEN, ie the National Commission of the Internal Processes of the party will start receive the inscriptions and documentation this Monday August 20 from 19:30 to 20:00.
Among the requirements that must be met by those who aspire to the position are: his militant have roots and prestige among the bases; are not a leader candidate or activist of another political institution.
In addition, accredited a career within the PRI with a minimum membership of 10 years; if they are civil servants, they must apply for a permit to separate themselves from their duties.
It must have evidence of support of at least 20 percent of the territorial structure at least three carriers of some of the sectors ; agricultural, worker, popular or of the tricolor organisms.
The previous documentation and registration will be made for the National Commission at the head office of the party on Monday, August 20 from 19.30 to 20.00. At the end of this process, the members of the party body will assess the fulfillment of the requirements and the applicants will be informed when the application is granted.
On Tuesday the extraordinary session d will be installed, the National Political Council that will appoint and protest the successor of Claudia Ruiz Massieu. If there are two or more applicants, they speak a maximum of 10 minutes to present their proposals and proposals.
In the latter case, the political advisors are mentioned so that the selection process is carried out later, through a free, direct and secret ballot.
The person elected will take the protest and close the 2015-2019 period for which Manlio Fabio Beltrones has been elected, who resigned in 2016 due to the victory of his party in the states of Chihuahua, Quintana Roo and Veracruz.
The sonorous was replaced by an open process in the tricolor by the then director of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), Enrique Ochoa Reza.
The latter performed the work so that the PRI could choose a "sympathizer" as the presidential candidate. Later, the former Minister of Finance and Public Credit José Antonio Meade was elected standard bearer.
Ochoa Reza actively participated in the campaign of the presidential candidate of his party who accompanied him in debates and public and private events. In the campaign team of Meade, Ochoa Reza was charged with the responsibility for third place in the ballot box of the flag bearer, so that on 3 May he left his post and became a member René Juárez Cisneros.
The former Governor of Guerrero was also responsible for the catastrophic numbers of the PRI in the presidential election: 9 million 285 thousand votes, only 16.4 percent of the electorate, the worst outcome of the party in its history where he even lost all gubernatories.
On 16 July he resigned from the national leadership of the PRI despite the fact that in several interviews he assured that it would remain until 2019 and would lead to the "reflection and refounding" works of the tricolor.
After the departure of the now PRI coordinator in San Lazaro, they arrived at the high offices of the party: Claudia Ruiz Massieu and Rubén Moreira the first as president and the second as secretary-general .
Just this Thursday the former governor of Coahuila resigned without further explanation, will only occupy his seat from August 29 this year. In his last public event Ruiz Massieu assured that while thinking about his party they have the privilege of winning elections without sacrificing their basic principles.
When he met with the Permanent National Forum of Lawmakers, he found that the electorate's ruling in the polls of 1 July forced them to "make politics that brings us closer to the people".