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Tuesday 27 of September 2022

Ochoa Reza Swears in New PRI Leaders


PRI Leader Enrique Ochoa Reza introduced 15 new PRI leaders to the National Executive Committee,photo: Cuartoscuro/Isaac Esquivel
PRI Leader Enrique Ochoa Reza introduced 15 new PRI leaders to the National Executive Committee,photo: Cuartoscuro/Isaac Esquivel
The president of the PRI also presented the newly created Northern Border Secretariat

With the promise that the party will change direction in order to meet the needs of the public, president of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) Enrique Ochoa Reza swore in new members to the PRI’s National Executive Committee (CEN) .

“Last June 5th voters sent us a clear message; we have to change. The PRI can not ignore that message and we must take it on with seriousness and determination,” said Enrique Ochoa to new colleagues.

While Carolina Monroy remains as General Secretary, Ochoa Reza made Héctor Gómez Barraza head of Political Operations. He named Arturo Zamora Organization Secretary and Jorge Carlos Ramirez Marin PRI Representative to the National Electoral Institute (INE). He also created the Northern Border Secretariat, in coordination with the Senate and Chamber of Deputies.

Carolina Viggiano was sworn in as Legal Affairs Secretary, Roberto Albores as Social Management Secretary, Silvia Hernandez as Foreign Affairs Secretary, Blanca Alcalá as Education Secretary, and Nancy Sánchez as Secretary of the newly created Northern Border Secretariat.

With 15 new members of CEN, eight women and seven men, Ochoa Reza reiterated the party’s need for people who can deliver results. However, there are several committees that remain without leaders.