Judith Martínez

León Gto.- PAN representatives in Guanajuato denounced the ‘suposedly’ vote bribery exchange operations done by PRI, but they expect that FEPADE listens to them and punishes the crime.

Last Thursday, some like three thousand people stood at the doors of the Workers Union (CTM) waiting for some money in exchange for their vote, it is roumored that amounts vary from 600 to 1500 MX pesos per vote.

It is said that this time this scenario was documented by the Election Crime Detention Office (FEPADE), but just in case, PAN chiefs are taking it to the federal court.

According to senator Ricardo Torres Origel, now vocal officer during the elections, this complain adds to many others, in which official state representatives and even governors from the states of Yucatan, Oaxaca, Queretaro, and Mexico state are involved.