Friday, May 27, 2011

Madero vs. Calderón

Yet another case in point that relations between president Felipe Calderón and PAN president Gustavo Madero are hardly stellar: Following the proclamations of support by a range of prominent PAN members, linked directly to the president and his wife, of the presidential ambitions of Ernesto Cordero, Madero remarked in an interview that the letter was "inconvenient," "doesn't contribute" to the process," and "creates inappropriate pressure."

Abraham González Uyeda, who in 2004 lent his ranch to Felipe Calderón for his candidacy declaration, said he would gladly lend it to Cordero for his announcement.

Will history again be repeated as farce when it comes to the PAN presidential nomination?

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