Sheinbaum and Ebrard, Morena’s presidential candidates, go on tour

Mexico City Prime Minister Claudia Sheinbaum and Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard, two of Morena’s likely candidates for president in 2024, are touring this weekend at different entities.

Sheinbaum traveled to Tabasco, where she was invited by the Minister of Energy, Rossio Nahle, to visit the works at the Dos Bocas refinery, one of the main projects of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

On Twitter, Sheinbaum said other governors had been invited to the refinery. He was named after the leaders of Tabasco, Carlos Manuel Merino, and Alejandro Murat of Oaxaca.

Meanwhile, Ebrard traveled to Durango, where he participated in the campaign activities of Morena’s candidate for governor of the entity, Marina Vitella.

In the morning, Senator Martha Lucia Mesher tweeted her support for Ebrard for the final definition of Morena’s presidential nomination.

Over the past weekends, both presidential candidates have had activities in the states, something previously unusual in their schedules.

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The two, along with the Minister of the Interior, Adan Augusto López, have been listed by President López Obrador as potential candidates for Morena in 2024. So far, Sheinbaum said that while he would issue a public statement on the matter, Ebrard had previously stated explicitly that no He wants to run for president.

This week, a newspaper survey Reshape He noted that Ebrard has a 34% intent to vote, while Sheinbaum is very close at 33%.

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