Former PAN president Felipe Calderón Hinojosa (2006-2012) attended the city of San Luis Potosí on Wednesday to support Octavio Pedroza, candidate for governor of the entity of the same name, for the “Yes for San Luis” coalition that is part of the PAN , PRI, PRD and the local Popular Conscience Party (PCP).
During the rally, the former president assured that the government of the so-called Fourth Transformation, headed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, is in the process of becoming a dictatorship, for which he called not to vote for Morena in the next elections. June 6.
“Today Mexico is in great danger of becoming a dictatorship where the voices of Mexican men and women, especially the most humble, are crushed by the voice of the powerful and we are not going to allow it,” he said amid shouts of “¡¡ Out with Morena! ”, He expressed in the central walkway of Morales Park, to the west of the city.
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Calderón Hinojosa said that the PAN, PRI, PRD alliance in the country is very necessary given the economic deterioration of the country. In addition, he questioned the null delivery of road infrastructure and health work by the current government in the state of Potosí and highlighted a series of achievements in the PAN governments: “that’s why today we come to San Luis to say that we have the best proposals, the best candidates and better results ”, he indicated.
Let’s save Mexico, let’s save ourselves from intolerance, from abuse of power, let’s save Mexico from ineffectiveness, from clumsiness, from ignorance to govern, let’s save Mexico with your vote for the alliance on June 6
On the other hand, he pointed out that he is not afraid of the judgment of history and of criticism for his six-year term, as he mentioned that with him “extreme poverty was reduced 25 percent” and lifted “13 million Mexicans out of extreme poverty.”
It is better in life to have criticism than to do nothing and spend my life being mediocre, I try to be happy, it is not always possible
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When asked about the most difficult moments during the administration, Calderón Hinojosa mentioned that there were “many violent events, especially the fight against organized crime, the 2009 crisis, the influenza pandemic.” answered.
In addition, he confirmed that he is not a member of the PAN and his affiliation is with the political group “Mexico Libre”, from where he will continue to work to insist that it be a political party and outlined that his immediate future is on issues of the environment and climate change.