Mariana Rodríguez registers as a pre-candidate for mayor of Monterrey for the Citizen Movement

It seems that the popular Monterrey couple does not take their finger off the line and wants to continue in the country’s political life.

The wife, Mariana Rodríguez, of the former Citizen Movement candidate, Samuel García, registered this Saturday, December 9, 2023, as a pre-candidate to govern the capital of the state of Nuevo León, Monterrey.

In videos posted on social media, the young couple is seen celebrating the woman’s registration. Both dressed in orange advertise the party for which they are active, and do not hide the joy that it means for them to continue on the political scene, at least in their area.

Official announcement in meeting with Citizen Movement

With a dazzling orange, as well as the political career of Samuel García and his wife, Mariana Rodríguez, the two were present in the announcement that the woman made to members and followers of her political entity:

“I come to register to be a pre-candidate for mayor of Monterrey, I want to thank Luis and Marilú very much for being here, for their support. I know that you are not going to let go of our hand in this process, Luis. And well, we are ready to continue transforming Monterrey, we are ready to be in coordination with the state, and I am ready for the mayor of Monterrey. Thank you so much.”

Proof of Mexican democracy is that anyone from the inane Mexican elite can be an applicant for national political life. The major requirement is to belong to the bourgeoisie of this country, which has remained at the top since colonial times. The second thing is to have good relationships to make your dreams come true.

Mariana Rodríguez is part of the “Intelligentsia” of influencers in Mexico. Her friends and loved ones know her as “La Chavacana Mayor”, she is 28 years old, and has “all the experience to direct.” Mrs. Rodríguez studied Organizational Psychology at the internationally exotic Universidad del Tecnológico de Monterrey.

For 6 years, she has been illustrating and cultivating Mexicans from her trenches on YouTube.

 Source: Marca