The green influence: how the PVEM is leading a new wave of influencers

Monday 1 April, 2024
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Some content creators are once again sympathetic, simultaneously, to the environmental proposals of the Green Party (PVEM), as happened in 2021 and also in 2018.

The team of journalist Ciro Gómez Leyva reported in their newscast on Imagen this Friday night that a new wave of influencers uploaded content related to the PVEM to their networks.

Such is the case of the strawberry girl or Mariana Grimaldi, who a few weeks ago spoke of the “Green Challenge”, alluding to the fact that the candidate for the presidency of Morena Claudia Sheinbaum proposed planting 40 million trees.

Opinions from content creators

“I don’t know much about politics, I barely study law and I don’t know anything about political parties, and your proposal (PVEM) seeks to make crimes committed against minors under 18 years of age imprescriptible. This means that impunity is eradicated,” said Adriana Caballero, who has 8 million followers.

“I have read a lot about deputies and senators this week, since Harfuch covered everything with green (…) I think it is important, because I know that this man has a lot of issues with security,” said Nicole Curiel with 74.5 thousand followers.

In 2021, the personalities who supported the party received criticism, because their script was completely the same, with a total of 104 people asking their communities to vote and a fine of more than 40 million pesos for not respecting the ban. electoral.

A big difference now is that those interested in politics are smaller influencers, reported Gómez Leyva’s team, such as Aranza Cesari (753 thousand followers on Instagram), Mich Zepeda (39.4 thousand followers on Instagram), Andrea Lunaro, (235.5 thousand followers on TikTok), among others.

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Source: Paola Padilla from Sinaloahoy on 2024-03-30 16:03:00

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