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Mexico

González Yáñez Forfeits Campaign in Favor of Delfina

Gónzalez Yáñez noted that by joining Delfina’s campaign they both will seek to end corruption in the State of Mexico

File photo of Óscar González Yáñez on May 9, 2017, photo: Cuartoscuro/Artemio Guerra Baz
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Former Labor Party (PT) candidate for governor of the State of México Óscar González Yáñez issued a statement this afternoon announcing his forfeit in favor of Delfina Gómez, candidate for the National Regeneration Movement (Morena).

During a press conference, González Yáñez said the decision was made along with his party in order to combine efforts with the Morena candidate in order to “foster the transformation process in the lives of State of Mexico residents.”

Gónzalez Yáñez noted that by joining Delfina’s campaign they both will seek to end corruption and lack of safety in the State of Mexico.

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