Clase Política, Miguel Ángel Rivera,”Que infundada”: When speaking to the Jewish community President Felipe Calderón complained that his presidential term was “lean,” but at the same time a report from Pemex was released and reported a profit of 23 thousand 892 million pesos in the third quarter of this year, which contrasts sharply compared with a major loss in 2011; The Supreme Court ruled that Cofetel’s decision to endorse the payment of interconnection between telephone companies between 2005 to 2007 was legal; The agreements on the curriculum for the training of teachers of preschools and primary schools clearly indicate that the English language is required for urban areas but optional for rural, so there was no change during the negotiations in Michoacán.
Jorge Fernández Menéndez, “El Paseo de los Dictadores”: If the DF government (or its officers, because no one knows where the money went) received ten million dollars for placing the statue of Azerbaijan dictator, Heydar Aliyev, on Paseo de la Reforma, why not turn that beautiful avenue into the avenue of Dictators and turn it into a tour of horrors? The truth is that everything that happened around the statue is embarrassing, from the character to the payment of ten million dollars that has been misplaced. The Aliyev statue is one of the greatest paradoxes of a city ruled by the left that forgets its origins.
Trascendió: Marcelo Ebrard is not happy with the completion of the construction of Metro Line 12 because of both the delays and the physical details; Despite being advertised and confirmed, by the organizers of the national meeting of municipal governments, the major players of the left such as Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Marcelo Ebrard, Miguel Ángel Mancera and many others were a no show at the event; This week Enrique Peña Nieto will only have private meetings with members of the public and private sector; Public Safety Secretary, Genaro García Luna recently underwent surgery of the gallbladder.
Templo Mayor: Of the many duties that PRI members have for the 2013 Budget, their main interest is getting the funds for one of the Enrique Peña Nieto’s promises during his campaign: to give laptops to each and every student in the fifth and sixth grade; Finally the senators examining reform transparency have met with IFAI commissioners; The president of Mining Chamber of Mexico was asked about the “narcomineros” in Coahuila that Humberto Moreira has spoken of and the president of the chamber said not one word.