AL DÍA: ¿Qué opinan? Firmas del día: 9/27/12

Each morning, we will bring you an assortment of op-ed pieces from major Mexican dailies.

La Jornada

Clase Política, Miguel Ángel Rivera, Previsiones confirmadas:  The Employment Commission in the Chamber of Deputies has approved the general guidelines for labor reform as proposed by Felipe Calderón, but they also reserved many specific articles for discussion.  In the Senate, they have begun revising the laws concerning governmental accountability proposed by Enrique Peña Nieto… During his Asia trip Miguel Ángel Mancera met with the mayor of Beijing, spoke at the Popular Assembly in China and held various meetings with government officials.


Templo Mayor:  The members of Enrique Peña Nieto’s transition team who occupy themselves with security are extremely concerned with the penitential system in Mexico, they believe that organized criminals not only need to be fought in the streets, but also in the jails, they are particularly concerned because the last three major escapes have been in PRI controlled states like Tamaulipas, Nuevo León and Coahuila.

El Universal

Bajo Reserva, “Peña Nieto y la Izquierda:”  Apprently leaders of the left, among them Jesus Zambrano, are with Peña to discuss the proposed reforms, AMLO is not happy…Following his first tour of Latin America Enrique Peña has intensified his meetings with Mexican business leaders, they say that they are meeting to encourage job creation and investment.


Trascendió:  The President of the Supreme Court, Juan Silva Meza, met yesterday with Peña and told him that he’d prefer he selects potential new judges who are career judges, not academics or politicians…Members of Coparmex have been in contact with various PRI and PAN deputies to express their annoyance over the outsourcing regulation in the new labor reform law.


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