Claudia Sheinbaum confirmed the hiring of adviser Gutiérrez-Rubí


In recent days it was announced that the head of government and possible candidate for Morena for the presidency, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, would have incorporated the Spanish political adviser, Antoni Gutiérrez-Rubí.

This is to presumably help her in her presidential campaign towards the 2024 presidential elections, according to the newspaper The country. And given the rumors, Sheinbaum Pardo announced that he is on his team.

However, not what is believed, since at a press conference he indicated that this will be limited to other issues, as he assured that they are not campaigning.

“He is going to collaborate in something very special in the City Government because we are not in the campaign nor are we in any other issue,” the capital chief assured on Tuesday during her press conference when asked about the role that the Spaniard had in her equipment.

“We were looking for a person who can help us with digital communication consultancy issues and in reality, he is going to give some courses and consultancies and we will share them later. It is a very small amount with which he is going to collaborate

(Photo: Twitter/Claudiashein)(Photo: Twitter/Claudiashein)

Despite this, he did not specify what he will be doing, but he stated that he will be “helping from afar” and with some other people. “It’s for a team and essentially digital communication,” she said.

Gutiérrez-Rubí was born in Barcelona in 1962, founder and director of Ideogram, and a communication consultant. He is a communication advisor and political consultant who provides his services both in Spain and in Latin America. It should be noted that he was the one who advised the now president of Colombia, Gustavo Petro.

In the same way, although the person who will lead the electoral contest to keep the party in power has not yet been chosen within the icing party, with this movement by Sheinbaum, it has been pointed out that the head of government is anticipating.

Given these remarks, the other virtual candidate for Morena, Senator Ricardo Monreal Ávila, made fun of this situation and assured that he also had good specialists on his side.

“I’m going to teach my Spanish,” he said ironically in a video. But later she clarified that she was actually a Mexican.

He declared that it was a publicist from Chiapas, who is trained to face the strategies of the expert hired by his opponent. But he did not stop there, because he implied that he was better advised than the “corcholata” of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.