Governor of Coahuila anticipates a new meeting of the Federalist Alliance

The governor of Coahuila, Miguel Riquelme, pointed out that it will be in the coming weeks when a last meeting of the so-called Federalist Alliance will be held, arguing that recently only a few of its members have met due to the complexity in the organization of the agendas.

Questioned this Monday by the media in Torreón, he said that the meeting will be with the objective of “firing” the leaders who end their terms, in the same way that the coincidences between those who remain and those who will continue to be analyzed in a future decide to join the dynamics.

“Some are already leaving, we want to hold a meeting where they go to fire them, the idea is that the Alliance can continue with those of us who remain and that we continue to analyze the joint problem, the coincidences, the information that we have to exchange.”

Riquelme said that there is still no set date for the meeting, but it will be announced in the short term.

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