translated from Spanish: Va Layda Sansores by gubernatura de Campeche in 2021

CDMX.- Layda Sansores, mayor of Alvaro Obregón (Mexico City), announced her decision to launch as a candidate for the governor of Campeche in the 2021 elections. Through a video posted on her Twitter account, the mayor asked for “no doubt,” while announing her decision to “fight for the Fourth Transformation” (4T) by competing for Campeche’s gubernatura as Morena’s candidate.
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Let it be clear, that there is no doubt: I come for Campeche, I am determined, I join you with the same indeclinable passion to fight for the Fourth Transformation headed by our leader Andrés Manuel López Obrador, so that in this state it may consolidate. Our generous people deserve it,” were the words of Layda Sansores.

In another publication, the mayor of Alvaro Obregón advanced that she has met with state legislators to “consolidate the transformation project” of López Obrador: “It is time to return hope to this people, which she carried in my heart,” she said. Previously, Layda Sansores had expressed through various media his true intention to govern his native Campeche, clarifying that it was never her intention to be mayor in Mexico City. Upon the announcement of her decision, the Head of Government of the CDMX, Claudia Sheibnbaum, explained that the mayor is in “possibility of competing” for the governor of Campeche, for which she will have to apply for leave before the capital Congress, who must appoint a replacement.
She is in this possibility to compete as a candidate for the governor of Campeche, in turn, because she will have to apply for leave in the mayoral estate Alvaro Obregón, and what proceeds legally is that she will have to apply for leave and the Congress of Mexico City chooses a substitute or substitute, substitute should be to be to be able to preserve the issue of gender” Abounded.

Layda Sansores’ father, Carlos Sansorez Pérez, known as “El Negro”, was governor of Campeche for the PRI from 1967 to 1973

Original source in Spanish

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