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National Regeneration Movement

National Regeneration Movement
Leader Andrés Manuel López Obrador
President Martí Batres Guadarrama
Secretary Bertha Luján Uranga
Founded 2012 (as a non-profit organization)
2014 (as a political party)
Headquarters Mexico City, Mexico
Ideology Cardenism,[1]
Democratic socialism,
Magonism[2]
Political position Left-wing[2]
Colours Red & white
Seats in the Chamber of Deputies
35 / 500
Seats in the Senate of the Republic
0 / 128
Website
www.morena.org
Politics of Mexico
Political parties
Elections

The National Regeneration Movement (Spanish: Movimiento Regeneración Nacional, MORENA) is a left-wing political party in Mexico.[3] Formally registered as a political party in 2014, it is led by former two-time presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador.[4][5][6]

Background

MORENA was originally founded by López Obrador as a cross-party organization supporting his candidacy for the Presidency in the 2012 general election.[7] After the election López Obrador left his former party, the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), and MORENA transformed from an unofficial 'movement' into a political party (with López Obrador as its leader).[8]

Popular support and electoral results

Chamber of Deputies

Chamber of Deputies
Election year # of
district votes
% of
district vote
# of
proportional votes
% of
proportional vote
# of
overall seats won
±
2015 3,327,793 8.8 3,346,303 8.4
35 / 500

External links

  • Official website (Spanish)
  • Official website (López Obrador) (Spanish)

References

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