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Government deceived the Mexican President?; Serious political crisis in Mèxico

March 6, 2010

* CESAR NAVA AND GOMEZ MONT … SHOULD RESIGN!

* THE WORST POLITICAL CRISIS MEXICAN PRESIDENT FELIPE CALDERON
* UNCOVERED, THE SIMULATION OF DEMOCRACY IN MEXICO
* THE OFFICIAL MEXICAN PARTY PAN DECEIVED THE PEOPLE 
* IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE, COVENANTS AND ALLIES WITH ENEMIES 

1 .- losing credibility.
2 .- By lying to the Mexicans.
3 .- For concealing secret agreements that simulate democracy.
4 .- act back to the people and the fundamental principles of his party.
5 .- By trying to deliberately mislead the public ..
It is clear that neither the Secretary of the Interior of Mexico, Fernando Gomez Mont, nor the Mexican president’s visible in the government party, Cesar Nava, may remain in their posts.
To put it bluntly, they should resign.
They have lost all credibility. Trust.
On the one hand, the Mexican ruling party, the PAN, organized a smear campaign against his predecessor in power, the PRI, in order to win the general election of 2009. However, due to popular disenchantment with the management of the government headed by Felipe Calderón, the PAN was severely beaten. The PRI, however, became the support of the citizens throughout the country.
Given his failure, the ruling party PAN had to sacrifice his then chairman visible Germain Martínez, and instead was imposed Cesar Nava. The latter, with the concurrence of the Secretary of the Interior or the Interior, Fernando Gomez Mont, committed in secret by a private agreement Beatriz Paredes, leader of the PRI, not ally electorally with any party contrary to fundamental principles … in exchange for PRI legislators support the unpopular and inflationary presidential plans (Calderon) sent to the legislature, allegedly to combat the economic crisis!.
In the interim, the president of the PAN visible, Cesar Nava, continued his open flirtation with the socialist PRD party and their statements in favor of alliances with the party.
Faced with this situation, it meant the breaking of the secret agreement,PRI legislators felt betrayed by the ruling party, PAN, and therefore in the Senate refused to endorse the presidential plans to punish the citizens with higher and higher taxes.
The effects of the most serious political crisis in Mexico following the popular belief of democratic life after the elections of 2000 have already been filed:
A) The Secretary of Interior or the Interior, Fernando Gomez Mont, publicly renounced the government party, PAN.
B) The members of the PRI denounced both the existence of such agreement or secret pact signed in the shadows by the ruling party PAN and the violation of the same by the PAN leadership, which since last year announced alliances with socialists PRD.
The resignation of Secretary of Interior or Interior Gomez Mont, the ruling party PAN, was attributed by him to his disagreement with the party’s alliances with the PRD. Now it is clear that the violation of that covenant, by the PAN, had made him practically on the ground that it had signed a secret agreement PAN-PRI, as witness of honor.
What this whole affair makes clear is that:
1 .- Mexico celebrates 200 years of existence as a nation without achieving real democracy, real.
2 .- The governing party, PAN, plays with the people and deceive the voters in good faith, for while publicly attacking its opostores, in private, behind the village, makes a pact with the PRI and, secondly, in as electoral allies with ideological enemies of the PRD.
Could they operate behind the backs of President Calderon, both as Gomez Cesar NavaMont?

Burying all its maneuvers to the President of the Republic?

If this is so: then what happens in Mexico? How far does the real power of the President? Is it deceived the President?

Clearly, if acted behind the back of President Calderon, then so too should resign. No President can accept such a situation.

Today, what is at stake, what is left in doubt, before this scandal, is the very credibility of President Calderon.
perezstuart@gmail.com

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