Who was Enrique Jackson, the PRI member who was the victim of a heart attack

Enrique Jackson passed away at the age of 75 (Photo: Twitter / @ azucenau)

On Wednesday, December 1, it was announced that the former legislator of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), Enrique Jackson Ramirez, died at 75 years of age, victim of a heart attack while in the steam service of a club in Mexico City.

Through its official Twitter account, the tricolor party highlighted the former senator of the Republic as a person who worked for the progress of Mexico. In addition, they sent condolences to the family for the sensitive loss.

“We deeply regret the sensitive death of Enrique Jackson, a prominent PRI member, who worked decisively for the progress of Mexico. Our solidarity with his family, friends and with all the national priismo for such a heartfelt loss. Rest in peace, “reads the statement issued by the PRI.

The PRI released the news of the sensitive death (Photo: Twitter / @ PRI_Nacional)
The PRI released the news of the sensitive death (Photo: Twitter / @ PRI_Nacional)

Some officials and former public servants also expressed their condolences. Former President Felipe Calderón tweeted: “I am very sorry for the passing of Enrique Jackson; Beyond differences, he was always a man of his word with me. My condolences to his family, friends and those who followed and respected him inside and outside the PRI. Rest in peace”.

The former Secretary of Labor Javier Lozano, also spread: I regret the sensitive death of Enrique Jackson Ramírez, high-ranking politician and man of his word. Rest in peace. My condolences to his appreciative family.

Henry Jackson it is originally from Los Mochis, Sinaloa where he was born on December 24, 1945. He studied for a degree in Political Science and Public Administration at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) from 1964 to 1968. He had a very active life in Mexican politics from the trench of the PRI, where he went through various areas that drove him in his career.

Former President Calderón lamented the loss of Jackson Ramírez (Photo: EFE / Esteban Biba)
Former President Calderón lamented the loss of Jackson Ramírez (Photo: EFE / Esteban Biba)

Jackson Ramírez worked in the private sector from 1969 to 1972, where he served as assistant manager of computing at Olivetti Mexicana and as general manager of the company Arouesty y Asociados. From 1997 to 2000 He was a federal deputy of the LVII LegislatureDuring that time he was vice-coordinator of information, support to the state delegations of the PRI and was president of the first Political Coordination Board.

In the administrative field, Jackson Ramírez was also Secretary of the Government of the then Federal District in 1998; delegate to the Cuauhtémoc mayor’s office, from 1985 to 1988; as well as general director of industrialized milk Conasupo, Liconsa.

Between 2000 and 2006 it was Senator of the Republic in the LVIII and LIX Legislatures, where he presided over the Board of Directors and the Political Coordination Board of the PRI.

The Sinaloan politician was a presidential candidate, contesting the nomination of Roberto Madrazo for the 2006 federal elections. Under this context, formed the Todos Unidos Contra Madrazo (Tucom), which would later also cause the departure of the then general secretary of the PRI, Elba Ester Gordillo.

He competed against Roberto Madrazo for being the PRI candidate in 2006 (Photo: Cuartoscuro)
He competed against Roberto Madrazo for being the PRI candidate in 2006 (Photo: Cuartoscuro)

On the other hand, around 2007, sought the national leadership of the Institutional Revolutionary, in the internal contest that the current senator won Beatriz Paredes Rangel.

As part of his political career, Jackson was part of the Constituent Assembly of Mexico City.

He also participated as a political analyst in the program Morning person, driven by the controversial Victor trujillo “Brozo”, which was broadcast on Televisa’s Foro TV channel.

In 2018, he was appointed by the then presidential candidate of the PRI, Jose Antonio Meade, as a political advisor alongside Heriberto Galindo, Augusto Gómez Villanueva and Alfredo Villegas.

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