What a big move from the heady days after the July 1, 2012 election, when PAN president Gustavo Madero claimed there was so much vote buying in the election that PRI winner Enrique Peña Nieto would never be a "legitimate" president, even if "legal."
Last week, 7 PAN governors and 2 governors-elect, as well as Madero himself, met with and rallied around the PRI president-elect, promising to back key initiatives on "shared initiatives."
Madero said PAN would back any "democratizing and modernizing" projects Peña Nieto might launch once in power.
For the PAN at least, whatever happened on July 1, 2012 - we're unlikely to know any time soon, or perhaps at all, given the decision of Mexico's electoral tribunal not to investigate serious claims of vote buying - is long since forgotten.
Gobernadores de AN dan respaldo a Peña. El Universal, Sept. 13, 2012