Xochitl Gálvez, Mexican senator and presidential candidate for the opposition coalition Frente Amplio por México, speaks in an interview.
The leadership of Mexico City’s ruling Morena party on Wednesday called for the demolition of the private residence of Xositl Gálvez, the presidential candidate of the opposition Frente Amprio, in the administrative district of Miguel Hidalgo, located in the northwest of the Mexican capital. .
The group said in a statement that since Gálvez’s home does not have a residence permit, Miguel Hidalgo has asked Mayor Mauricio Tabé to request the Mexico City Attorney General’s Office to secure the area where his home is located. He said he requested it. .
According to the paper, Mr. Morena is also calling for an investigation into possible conflicts of interest in the construction of the housing complex and its subsequent acquisition by Mr. Galvez. Mr. Galvez served as Miguel Hidalgo’s city representative in 2017, in charge of granting construction permits. “Universal”.
“This benefited him because he acquired his home at a preferential price,” the political camp speculates. Mr. Galvez accused Mr. Morena of trying to “destroy” his “place of origin, his company, his customers” and that his home was now his ruling party’s next target.
In response to Morena’s request, Miguel Hidalgo’s mayor, Mauricio Tabe, of the opposition National Action Party, said the ruling party is “hopeless” and that is why it “will not stop attacking” Galvez. did. “For government officials there is no debate, only fear,” he posted on his social networks.