Elections 2022 in Oaxaca

Without setbacks, the 2022 elections in Oaxaca. The State Electoral and Citizen Participation Institute of the entityis a public, autonomous body, responsible for organizing, developing and qualifying local elections in coordination with the National Electoral Institute (INE) organize the process will take place on Sunday, June 5.

They will renew the position of governor of Oaxaca, holder of the state executive power, elected for a period of six years, not re-elected in any case. In the elections, 3 million 008 thousand 790 people have the right to vote.

Currently the state of Oaxaca is commanded by Alejandro Murat Hinojosa, of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). They are the five candidates for the governorship of Oaxaca in the 2022 elections. Among the profiles are career politicians.

Candidates for the 2022 elections in Oaxaca

The electoral campaign began on April 3 and runs for eight weeks until June 1 Seven are political parties with national registration Insecurity and crime is the most important problem that afflicts your entity today

As we have mentioned in other informative notes from AmericanPost.Newsthe electoral campaign began on April 3 and runs for eight weeks until June 1.

During the campaign, two debates are held, the first on April 24 and the second on May 15, both are held at six in the afternoon at the facilities of the Oaxaca Radio and Television Corporation, in the city of Oaxaca de Juárez. .

Salomon Jara Cruz, candidate of the Morena alliance “Together We Make History” in Oaxaca, is an Industrial Chemical Engineer from the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). He was born on September 15, 1959 in San Melchor Betaza (Sierra Norte).

Throughout his life in politics, he has been a federal deputy in the LV Legislature, as well as a local deputy in the LIX Legislature and twice a senator of the Republic for the state of Oaxaca in the LX-LXI and LXIV Legislature.

Within his administrative career, he has served as secretary of Agricultural, Forestry, Fisheries and Aquaculture Development of the government of the state of Oaxaca (2010-2013) in the administration of Governor Gabino Cué Monteagudo. Derived from his tenure in that position, he has been accused of alleged acts of misappropriation of resources for more than 1,000 million pesos, without any formal investigation in this regard.

In 2006, 2012 and 2018, he coordinated the presidential campaign of Andrés Manuel López Obrador in the state. Jara has boasted of having toured the 570 municipalities of the state up to three times, hand in hand with the now federal Executive.

In 2016, he led the efforts of the nascent party for the governorship of the state, losing to the current PRI president Alejandro Murat. In this election, she obtained her candidacy against her partner Susana Harp, who began a legal battle against her, alleging non-compliance with the gender parity rule.

With the backing of the Morena structure, the Labor Party (PT), the Green Ecologist Party of Mexico (PVEM) and the Popular Unity Party (PUP), he travels the state once again to win the vote of the people at the polls. . His campaign phrases are: “transformation is coming in Oaxaca” and “the Oaxacan spring is coming.”

Alejandro Aviles Alvarez At 56 years of age, he is the standard-bearer of the PRI and PRD, whose local leadership was forced to accept the common candidacy since the time for registering their own candidate ran out.

He was born on January 9, 1966 in Cosolapa, belonging to the Papaloapan Basin region. He studied Accounting and Administration at the Benito Juárez Autonomous University of Oaxaca (UABJO).

Shortly before his 18th birthday, he joined the PRI and initially participated as technical secretary of the tricolor’s secretary of operations, José Guzmán Santos, a former official in PRI administrations.

Avilés Álvarez has served as a deputy in the local Congress in the periods 2004-2006, 2013-2016, 2018-2021 and 2021-2022, serving as coordinator of the parliamentary group in the LXIV Legislature.

While passing through the General Secretariat of Government (Segego), in the current administration of the PRI Alejandro Murat Hinojosa, he was accused of using an official aircraft for personal use.

The politician’s campaign slogan is “to the triple for Oaxaca”, which refers to his initials, “triple A”. He now travels through the communities of the state promising “triple” support for the unprotected sectors of the state.

Naty Diaz, the panista in search of the governorship of Oaxaca. The local deputy and former president of the albiazul in the state has a degree in Public Accounting from the Mesoamerican University. She was born on June 13, 1982 in Ejutla de Crespo.

Díaz Jiménez began her political career in 2002 when she served as president of the System for the Integral Development of the Family (DIF) in her town when her father Leonardo Díaz Cruz – who was assassinated in April of last year – served as municipal president.

Later, in 2010, he coordinated the campaign of the electoral alliance For Peace and Progress, which brought Cué to the governorship. In 2011, she became a member of the PAN State Committee and a year later she participated as a candidate for federal deputation. However, it was not until 2013 that she became a local deputy and president of the Political Coordination Board (Jucopo).

From 2017 to 2021, she chaired the PAN State Steering Committee (CDE) almost at the same time that she was a federal deputy through proportional representation (2018 to 2021). In December, she applied for leave as local party president to run for governor.

In November of last year, Naty Díaz – as will appear on the ballot – took office as a local deputy to coordinate the National Action bench in the LXIV local Legislature and once again integrate the Jucopo, a position from which she requested permission on April 1.

The public accountant also combines politics with her family, being the mother of three minors, who she says are her driving force to continue walking through Oaxaca. Her brother Leonardo Díaz Jiménez shares her passion for politics and has been municipal president and deputy in the LXIV Legislature of Oaxaca. Her campaign slogans are: “Strength and Passion” and “the real Oaxaca.”

Dulce Alejandra Garcia Morlan She decided to champion the Movimiento Ciudadano (MC) party. The dreams of the expansive woman was born on December 5, 1978 and has a degree in Commerce and Mexican Politics from the Universidad Iberoamericana.

Morlán had a militancy of 23 years in the ranks of the PAN, from 1998 to 2021 he worked and had representations in the PAN, until he resigned to compete for the governorship of the state against his former supporter.

In her letter of resignation from the PAN, Ale Morlán stated “with profound sadness” that she did not find the leadership that National Action requires and consequently she no longer felt represented by those who “today hold or claim to hold the reins of the party.”

From 2011 to 2013 she served as councilor in the Oaxaca City Council, while from 2013 to 2016 she was a local deputy for National Action. In 2018 she acceded to a federal deputation by way of proportional representation under the acronym of the PAN. From 2018 to 2020, she served as a state and national councilor for the albiazul.

Morlán’s campaign phrases under the acronym of Citizen Movement are: “Go with Ale”, “the Future is Orange”, “With Ale the politicuches, they are leaving”.

Bersahin Lopez Lopez He is a candidate for the governorship of the state of Oaxaca for Nueva Alianza, who is running with his own candidate.

He was born in Nejapa de Madero 39 years ago (1983). He studied high school at the Regional University of the Southeast (URSE). He studied Political Science at the José Vasconcelos University in Oaxaca in the 2004-2008 class.

He has participated as political and legislative adviser in different political and social projects. He claims to be a Oaxacan who shares with you the love for his family, the faith in the future and the desire to improve.

“My grandmother and my mother were the ones who guided and cared for me during my first years of life, in addition to being my first examples of righteousness,” he comments in his social network messages.

Mauricio Cruz-Vargas he is the independent indigenous candidate for governor of Oaxaca. He is an indigenous Zapotec from the municipality of Abejones, District of Ixtlán de la Sierra Juárez. He speaking his language and proud of his roots.

He served as president of the Autotransport Committee, Treasury Councilor and was mayor of Abejones, in the period 2020-2021. He finished his work in September 2021 as president of the Liberal Union of Municipalities of the District of Ixtlán (ULADI), made up of 26 municipalities, and is the founder of the Union of Authorities of the Original Peoples of Oaxaca (UNAPO).

He graduated from the Bachelor of Civil Engineering and serves as Director Responsible for Works. He has been a member of the College of Civil Engineers of Oaxaca and a member of the Mexican Society of Engineers, he is currently president of the Association of Graduates of the Technological Institute of Oaxaca.

Jesus Lopez Rodriguez “Chucho Falp” obtained his registration as an independent indigenous candidate for the governorship of Oaxaca, in the past he was a member of the PRD, a party with which he acceded to popularly elected positions.

He was born on December 27, 1972 in Tierra Colorada Apazco, Nochixtlán. His mother tongue is Mixtec. He is a lawyer graduated from the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the Benito Juárez Autonomous University of Oaxaca (UABJO). He has been an educational services assistant at the State Institute of Public Education of Oaxaca (IEEPO), also a teacher at the preschool level.

He served as a municipal agent for Tierra Colorada, in the municipality of Santa María Apazco. He has been undersecretary of regulations of the Secretary of Labor of the government of the state of Oaxaca in the administration of Gabino Cué Monteagudo; deputy for the district of Nochixtlán, where he was president of the Board of Directors of the State Congress and president of the Political Coordination Board of the LXII Legislature.

He is a government manager for the municipality of Santa Lucia del Camino, as well as a permanent community manager in Oaxaca. López Rodríguez is a member of the Broad Front for Popular Struggle (Falp), from which he takes the initials with which he will appear on the ballots for the election for governor (Chucho Falp).

Which political parties will participate in the 2022 elections?

Seven are political parties with national registration Insecurity and crime is the most important problem that afflicts your entity today

Nine political parties have the right to participate in state elections. Seven are political parties with national registration:

  • National Action Party (PAN), Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI),
  • Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD),
  • Labor Party (PT),
  • Green Ecologist Party of Mexico (PVEM),
  • Citizen Movement (MC) and
  • National Regeneration Movement (MORENA).
  • Two are state political parties: Popular Unity Party
  • New Oaxaca Alliance.

Proposals for the 2022 elections

Insecurity and crime is the most important problem that afflicts your entity today

In Oaxaca, 71.7% of the population is 18 years old and insecurity and crime is the most important problem that afflicts its state today, followed by corruption with 44.5% and poverty with 44.2%, according to data from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI).

In 2020, the population in Oaxaca was 4 million 132 thousand 148 inhabitants (47.8% men and 52.2% women). Compared to 2010, the population in Oaxaca grew by 8.68%.

In 2020, 19.4% of the population in Oaxaca did not have access to sewage systems, 9.81% did not have a water supply network, 2.8% did not have a bathroom, and 2.25% did not have electricity. Therefore, all these figures of the social problem are part of the campaign proposals of the candidates for the governorship to solve it.

Now you know how the 2022 elections are taking place in Oaxaca, their candidates, as well as their proposals to be able to cast your vote on June 5.

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