Villahermosa, Tabasco — The candidate of the All For Mexico coalition to the Presidency of the Republic, José Antonio Meade, stressed that the people of Mexico are tired of the lawsuits in politics but reaffirmed that it’s possible to create a different policy and conciliation, one that promotes unity to overcome challenges as a society.
On tour in Villahermosa, Tabasco,Meade Kuribreña said, “In politics, in the country, we are tired of confrontation. In the country we are tired of disqualification. In the country we are tired of lawsuits. In the country we are tired of concentrating on differences and in Tabasco we can make a policy different, a policy of conciliation, a policy that allows us, in unity, to reinvent ourselves, a policy that allows us, in greatness, to make politics and, in greatness, to transform Tabasco.”
The candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, Green Ecologist Party of Mexico and New Alliance to the Presidency of the Republic said that he will work to recover the greatness that Tabasco deserves and take advantage of the great potential of its productive sectors that are Mexico’s pride.
“That Tabascan grandeur has a name and surname, that Tabascan grandeur implies that Tabasco is reunited with the greatness of its agriculture, which is reunited with the greatness of its livestock, which is reunited with the greatness of tourism, which meets and converts the energy in the well-being of their communities.”
Meade Kuribreña said that society no longer wants speeches about security, but proposals that provide results that give tranquility in the streets. He made a call to work with intelligence, in a serious way to return the tranquility to the house, to the women and young people of Tabasco.