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Claudia Sheinbaum cancels campaign event due to lack of audience

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Claudia Sheinbaum, virtual presidential candidate for Morena, canceled her first massive event due to the few attendees who attended. The latter happened after a ruling in her favor by the Electoral Court.

Several photos and videos spreaded on social media of the lack of attendance at the Meeting with the Morena Militancy. The event would have taken place on October 24 at the Azul Stadium in the Benito Juárez municipality in Mexico City.

This Tuesday night, the Morena militancy was summoned to an event for the candidate Sheinbaum. However, they canceled it because they did not manage to fill even half of the space at the stadium.

Morena acknowledged that they lacked the organization to fill the stadium. Unofficially, there was a scolding by Mario Delgado, national leader of Morena, to the organizers of the match for the lack of attendees.

“As Mario (Delgado) said, we must organize ourselves better. And we are going to have an event with more people, because we still need to work more and organize more,” said Sebastián Ramírez Mendoza, president of Morena in Mexico City.

“We apologized to the doctor (Sheinbaum) and told her ‘Doctor, we don’t like you coming to an event where it’s not full yet, we want it to be full. We know that people in the city want to see you. And she told us: ‘Then propose another date,’ he added. The capital leader said that the new date has yet to be defined and the militancy will be informed when there is a decision.

“Thank you very much to everyone. We are going to continue organizing,” he told the public when informing the event would be postponed, which caused anger among the few attendees.

The Azul Stadium is in the Benito Juárez municipality, currently governed by the PAN.

This Tuesday, October 24, the Electoral Tribunal of the Judicial Branch of the Federation (TEPJF) revoked the agreement of the Complaints and Complaints Commission of the National Electoral Institute (INE) that ordered Sheinbaum to suspend the massive events of her tour.

The TEPJF considered that the cautionary measures of the INE, in response to a complaint appeal by deputy Jorge Álvarez Máynez, were “disproportionate” and that they contravene the constitutional principles in articles 1, 6, and 7.

The Court ruled that these meetings “were closed-door events and that only militants and sympathizers were called” and they would have been “partisan, not proselytizing, since there was no call to vote for or against any political option.” The cancelled event would have been the first massive event after the suspension of rallies of this nature imposed by the INE.

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