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Nay Salvatori
Federal deputy from Puebla's 10th federal electoral district
Assumed office
29 August 2018
Preceded byMiguel Ángel Huepa Pérez
Personal details
Nayeli Salvatori Bojalil

(1985-08-26) 26 August 1985 (age 33)
Political partyEncuentro Social Party (Mexico).png PES
OccupationRadio personality

Nayeli Salvatori Bojalil (born 26 August 1985) is a Mexican politician affiliated with the Social Encounter Party (PES). She is a federal deputy in the LXIV Legislature of the Mexican Congress, representing the tenth federal electoral district of Puebla.[1]


Radio and TV[edit]

Salvatori, a graduate of the Universidad Madero with a degree in communications, gained fame in radio and television. In 2009, she appeared on the program Hazme reír y serás millonario [es].[1][2] She also presented the news for TV Azteca Puebla between 2011 and 2014.[1]

In January 2015, while she worked at Tribuna Comunicación-owned XHPBA-FM and hosted a program known as Ta'Carbón, she posed on air as an IMSS doctor to joke about a woman being beaten by her husband. That drew the ire of activists, including one who had been invited on her show.[3] In addition, she was reported twice to the National Council to Prevent Discrimination.[4] The next month, she was fired after a confrontation with Ana Patricia Montero Rossano, the director of the station, whom she accused of organizing harassment against her.[5] Salvatori would marry Ana's brother, Mario Montero Rosano, in May 2015.[6] Three months after getting married, she resumed broadcasting her show online.[7]

On 18 January 2018, Salvatori began a new program at Grupo ORO-owned XECD-AM 1170. However, one month later, she left the station in order to attend to her pregnancy, though rumors were already circulating about a potential run for office.[8]

Run for federal deputy[edit]

Despite initially denying the candidacy,[9] Salvatori secured the nomination from the 10th federal district under the Juntos Haremos Historia coalition banner, with her bid ultimately being assigned to the Social Encounter Party (PES). During the campaign, she gave birth to a baby boy.[10]

As the race neared its end, Salvatori filed a complaint against Ana Cristina Ruiz Rangel, one of her opponents, for gender violence.[11]

As a federal deputy[edit]

Upon winning election, Salvatori was assigned to four commissions, including a secretary post on the Radio and Television Commission and a slot on the bicameral commission that controls Canal del Congreso. In 2019, she also became an alternate councilor for the Social Encounter Party at the National Electoral Institute.[1]

After becoming a deputy, Salvatori continued to make news for viral comments. In November 2018, on social media, she declared, "When marijuana is legalized, you're all invited to come to my house and smoke and listen to The Doors"; in a follow-up interview, she told media that she'd never smoked marijuana.[12] She also called for a ban on bullfighting and wrote a bill to outlaw it at the federal level.[13] In March 2019, Salvatori brought her son Mario onto the floor of the Chamber of Deputies and delivered a speech about verbal insults hurled toward mothers by other women, saying she was "fed up with being called a bad mother" for exercising her profession and posting photos of herself on social media.[14]


  1. ^ a b c d "Perfil del legislador". Legislative Information System. Retrieved 12 March 2019.
  2. ^ "Ella es Nay Salvatori, la diputada que invita a oír a The Doors y fumar marihuana" [She is Nay Salvatori, the deputy who invits the public to listen to The Doors and smoke marijuana]. El Universal. 5 November 2018. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  3. ^ "Censuran tuiteros irresponsabilidad de Nay Salvatori para tratar violencia de género" [Twitter users censure irresponsibility of Nay Salvatori in treating gender violence]. Diario Cambio. 28 January 2015. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  4. ^ Velázquez, Edmundo (30 January 2015). "Conductora de Exa en Puebla, Nay Salvatori acumula dos denuncias ante el Conapred" [Exa Puebla host Nay Salvatori picks up two complaints before CONAPRED]. Periódico Central. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  5. ^ Ruiz, Gerardo (24 February 2015). "Los Montero le cierran a Nay Salvatori el micrófono de EXA: la ex Reina de la Radio denuncia acoso" [The Monteros take the Exa microphone from Nay Salvatori: the former Queen of Radio claims harassment]. Diario Cambio. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  6. ^ "Se casan Mario Montero y la conductora Nayeli Salvatori" [Mario Montero, radio host Nayeli Salvatori get married]. E-Consulta. 24 May 2015. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  7. ^ Zubiri, Ray (10 August 2015). "Nayeli Salvatori regresa con su programa Ta´Carbon" [Nayeli Salvatori returns with her show Ta'Carbon]. E-Consulta. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  8. ^ Martínez, Berenice (20 February 2018). "Se despide Nay Salvatori de su programa de radio que duró un mes" [Nay Salvatori bids farewell to her radio show that lasted a month]. Diario Cambio. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  9. ^ "La mujer que generó polémica por una candidatura de Morena en Puebla" [The women that generated controversy over a Morena candidacy in Puebla]. Nación321. 20 February 2018. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  10. ^ "Ya nació bebé de Nay Salvatori y Mario Montero" [Nay Salvatori and Mario Montero have a baby]. E-Consulta. 9 March 2018. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  11. ^ de la Luz, Verónica (3 June 2018). "Nay Salvatori denuncia a su contrincante por violencia de género" [Nay Salvatori files complaint against opponent for gender violence]. El Sol de Puebla. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  12. ^ Ramírez, Rafael (7 November 2018). "Yo no he probado la marihuana: Nayeli Salvatori" [I've never tried marijuana: Nayeli Salvatori]. El Sol de México. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  13. ^ Cancino, Belén (3 December 2018). "Una diputada polémica, Nay Salvatori propone erradicar las corridas de toros" [A controversial deputy, Nay Salvatori proposes eradicating bullfighting]. El Sol de Puebla. Retrieved 13 March 2019.
  14. ^ ""Estoy hasta la madre de ser llamada mala madre", dice diputada". Eje Central. 7 March 2019. Retrieved 13 March 2019.