Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Calderón, lame duck by the figures: No law approved since last November

An interesting article in Milenio well worth a read, as it not only details how Calderón by the figures has become pretty much a lame duck, but also how much more successful Fox was in at least the number of proposals passed in congress:

* Last time the Mexican Congress voted over an initiative from Calderón was November 2010
* 30 proposals are stalled, including major initiatives such as the Unified Command of the police; the National Security Law; the Reform of the State initiative; the anti-money laundering bill; and many more.

Calderón is a lame duck and knows it: Only five proposals have been submitted in 2011.

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