After the results in Morena that outline Delfina Gómez as candidate of that party for the elections in the State of Mexico in 2023, the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador suggested leave his post at the head of the Ministry of Public Education and announced that his successor will also be a woman.
In his morning press conference, President López Obrador said that next week will announce who will replace Delfina Gómez in the SEP, since the delivery-reception process must begin, since the return to classes is approaching.
“She is Secretary of Education and she has to leave the Secretary. I am going to speak with her so that the delivery-reception process begins and we are going to choose, to name, a woman, ”he said.
The president applauded the surveys carried out by Morena and the attitude of the contenders Higinio Martinez, Horacio Duarte and Fernando Vilchiswho accepted the results that gave Delfina Gómez the advantage in preferences.
“I am very pleased that a party has made the decision based on polls, that teacher Delfina Gómez, who is a good, hard-working, honest woman, is a possible candidate for the State of Mexico,” he assured.
According to Morena, Delfina Gómez, current head of the Ministry of Public Education, won the survey to define the candidate of the party for the governorship of the State of Mexico.
The results of the polls carried out by the pollsters Mendoza Blanco & Associates Y Covarrubias and Associates They were presented this Thursday, August 4, during a press conference headed by the national leader of Morena, Mario Delgado, and the general secretary of the party, Citlalli Hernández.
“They are the true reflection of the opinion of the people of Mexico,” said Delgado, referring to three statistical studies that were carried out in the entity. Each one, he said, had a package of 1,500 surveys applied.
In the Mendoza Blanco & Asociados survey, Delfina Gómez obtained 44.9% of the intention of the vote, while in that of Covarrubias y Asociados reached 37.2% of preferences. In another poll conducted by the party, the former municipal president of Texcoco also had a greater advantage.