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PAN political party wins 35 municipalities in Yucatán

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The PAN political party in Yucatán is positioned as the dominant political force in the municipalities, governing 66% of the state’s population.

This will allow it to be one of the main political forces in the state during the next administration since it will govern 35 municipalities, of which women will govern 13, stated the PAN’s state president Asís Cano Cetina.

The PAN will govern Mérida, Kanasín, Conkal, and Hunucmá, among other of the most populated municipalities in the state.

Most of the metropolitan area of ​​the Yucatecan capital, where the largest number of inhabitants and consequently voters are concentrated, will have a municipal government headed by the PAN.

Added to the municipalities in the interior of the state where the Yucatecans supported the PAN Yucatán, it will govern almost three-fifths of the Yucatecan territory.

Among these municipalities are Chemax, Motul, Halachó, Tixkokob, Tecoh, Acanceh, Yaxcabá, Tekit Seyé, Opichén, Temax, Teabo, Maní, Cuzamá, Chicxulub Pueblo, Santa Elena and Dzitás.

Also Sucilá, Mayapán, Cenotillo, Tunkás, Mama, Sinanché, Sudzal, Cuncunul and Quintana Roo. Also, Tixméhuac, Chankom, Homún, Izamal, Oxkutzcab, which will be governed in alliance with other political forces.

There are additional municipalities that are following various contestation processes and whose final result will depend on the resolutions of the Electoral Courts, so the number of municipalities governed by National Action could still increase.

In this way, the balance of political forces is clear where the PAN Yucatán is identified by the changes promoted in security, education, health improvements, combating inequality, mobility, attracting investments, and generating employment.

TYT Newsroom

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