Verástegui Movement Escalates Critique Against INE’s ‘Citizen Support’ App, Decries Blow to Democracy

Verástegui Movement Escalates Critique Against INE’s ‘Citizen Support’ App, Decries Blow to Democracy

Verástegui’s Allegations against INE:

Verástegui, a potential candidate, raised alarms about problems with the INE app, emphasizing the need for live social media videos to showcase the application’s glitches.

By mid-December, he expanded his accusations, characterizing the INE’s actions as a broader attack on all Mexicans desiring change and denouncing the ‘Citizen Support’ app as anti-democratic.

Coordinator of Verástegui Movement Speaks Out:

Omar de la Rosa Silva, the coordinator of Fuerza Verástegui and president of the National Political Council Citizen Action MX, echoed Verástegui’s sentiments, condemning the INE’s app as “totally undemocratic.”

De la Rosa highlighted the app’s hindrance to the signature collection process and identified challenges arising from socio-demographic diversity and technological inequality in Mexico.

INE App Challenges and Political Impact:

De la Rosa emphasized the INE app’s shortcomings in facilitating effective and timely progress in signature collection.

Despite these challenges, he expressed optimism about the movement’s strength, seeing it as instrumental in promoting a conservative agenda at the national level.

Candidates and Issues in the Presidential Race:

Voto Católico, a monitoring platform, evaluated candidates based on crucial issues such as the defense of life, human dignity, family, education, religious freedom, and conscientious objection.

Verástegui was identified as the best candidate for defending life, family, and freedoms in Mexico.

Remaining Candidates and Their Positions:

As the presidential race narrows down, three candidates remain: Claudia Sheinbaum, Xóchitl Gálvez, and Jorge Álvarez Máynez.

Gálvez and Sheinbaum have expressed support for the legalization of abortion, while Álvarez is associated with an unfavorable rating in the areas of the right to life and family according to Voto Católico.

Challenges for Pro-Life and Pro-Family Advocates:

Leaders known for defending life, family, and freedoms in Mexico, including Juan Dabdoub, president of the Mexican Family Council (ConFamilia), expressed concerns about the political future.

Dabdoub stated that the electoral scene poses significant challenges for the pro-life and pro-family movements in the country.

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