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Mexico

Eva Cadena Lashes Out Against Morena

A number of videos have surfaced in the last few weeks that show Cadena Sandoval receiving money

Veracruz Morena Deputy Eva Cadena Sandoval gives a press conference in Mexico City, Mexico, May 30, 2017, photo: Cuartoscuro/Tercero Díaz
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4 months ago

Deputy for the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) Eva Cadena Sandoval, said during a press conference, that she is a victim of political lynching by her own party and that she’s been made a scapegoat for Morena’s illegal campaign funding.

“I’m sorry to say this, but Morena uses the same illegal practices as its adversaries,” said Cadena Sandoval.

A number of videos have surfaced in the last few weeks that show Cadena Sandoval receiving money for campaign donations and political favors.

Cadena Sandoval claims to have returned that money, after talking to Veracruz Morena president Manuel Huerta Ladrón de Guevara who told her not to get involved.

In the second video that surfaced, Cadena Sandoval refers to Morena senate deputy leader Rocío Nahle García and Armando Cruz Malpica as the alleged financial dealers for Morena and Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO).

Nahle García has said that she is innocent and that she will file a defamation lawsuit against Cadena Sandoval.

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