Humberto Moreira - the Freemason who could become president of Mexico

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

Humberto Moreira - the Freemason who could become president of Mexico


Mexican Freemasonry is recognized worldwide as a country founded on the principles of Universal Freemasonry and fraternal spirit. Mexico is a country that has often been led by illustrious Brother Masons, from the most famous of them, Benito Juarez Garcia. After a long absence from the presidential chair of the Mexican national Freemasonry in Mexico is likely to have again a a Freemason president. We are talking about Humberto Moreira says the Masonic Press Agency of Romania (APMR).

Humberto Moreira Valdés (born in Saltillo, Coahuila, on July 28th, 1966) is a young politician and leader of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). Born into a family of teachers, Moreira is a graduate of the Ibero-American University and of the National Institute of Public Administration.

In 1988 he began working for the Secretariat of Public Education in Mexico City, leading, over time, several departments. In 1994, returns to his native city of Saltillo where he was a delegate of CONAFE (Consejo Nacional de Fomento Educativo) and of INEA (Instituto Nacional para la Educación de los Adultos). Since 1999 he is appointed Secretary of Public Education in Coahuila, a position held until 2002.

In 2002 he is elected Mayor of Saltillo, and in 2005 he became the PRI candidate for governor of Coahuila state. Moreira win elections that year, having the highest number of votes in history. On January 4th, 2011, after completed his mandate as governor of the state, he become president of the PRI historical party, a liberal party, highly welcomed by the National Masonic Community in Mexico. From this position, Moreira is seen as a potential future president of Mexico in the presidential elections that are to follow.

On today's edition of Masonic news, APMR dedicated a hole article to Brother Moreira, an AASR member in Mexico. Grandson of a Freemason, Moreira has dedicated his entire life to education and he is confident that education will shape the future prosperity of Mexico. As any Brother Freemason, Moreira continued his strong improvement in the most powerful Masonic rite of Mexico: the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite.

On April 25th, 2008, Moreira was crowned Sovereign Grand Inspector General of the Supreme Council for Mexico (Lucerna #56). In his speech he paid tribute to his grandfather, Brother Rubén Moreira Cobos (crowned Sovereign Grand Inspector General on February 10th, 1940), a man who also has dedicated his life to education.

In the speech, our Brother remembered about the ideals for which Freemasonry and Freemasons must fight and defend them, he spoke of brotherly unity and of our obligations as citizens and Freemasons of a country. Moreira pointed out that the unification of the Mexican Lodges is important for achieving a platform of peace, unity and fraternal communication.

Since the beginning of this year his ideas were embraced by most of the Masonic leaders of Mexico and Moreira proposed education reform will find support in the bosom of the Mexican Confederation of Regular Grand Lodges.


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