Mario Delgado, coordinator of Morena in the Chamber of Deputies, assured that the long night of violence, economic stagnation, poverty and corruption was over. He denounced the cynicism of those who provide a country with violence, deaths, disappearances, social backwardness and high debts. "We are in the night of the cynics or it seems that there are some here who do not understand the message," he accused.
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The Secretary of the Interior, Alfonso Navarrete Prida, presented to the Congress of the Union the sixth and final report of the government of President Enrique Peña Nieto, at the beginning of the sessions of the 64th Legislature.
The new president of the legislative branch, Porfirio Muñoz Ledo (Morena), asked the official to inform the director that the representatives of the two chambers will visit the national palace on Monday 15 September and the commemoration of independence.
"Please tell him, if he's okay, that we're planning to attend the patriotic celebrations and his government report."
Muñoz Ledo also mentioned that "the transition is complete" on this day, before the political groups set out their position on presidential information.
Lawmakers from the three main political forces in the Congress of the Union encounced opinions in evaluating the closure of President Enrique Peña's administration.
The deputy of Morena Horario Duarte said that society has already made an assessment of the outgoing government, which was punished in the polls because of the poor results.
Meanwhile, the senator and coordinator of the PAN party, Damián Zepeda, condemned the six-year term and pointed out that there was great impunity and a lack of economic growth.
"There is definitely a very strong dissatisfaction with citizenship, there were no expected results, they voted for a project in which they thought they would benefit and Enrique Peña Nieto delivers bad bills," he said.
However, the coordinator of the PRI delegates, René Juárez Cisneros, differed. He said that President Peña Nieto was "a transformer" of Mexico, especially with structural reforms, but he acknowledged that she was being treated.
Take on bases
Three months after he had resigned, Peña Nieto argued that the structural reforms laid a solid foundation for a better future for the Mexicans.
From the index of the summary of his latest government report, Peña Nieto separated the content under the sections Mexico in Peace, Mexico Incluyente, Mexico with Quality Education, Mexico Prospero and Mexico with Global Responsibility.
He pointed out that, although there are important challenges, reforms have already started to produce results.
"The government of the Republic has been working for almost six years to fulfill the commitments that have been established for the benefit of the citizens, to consolidate a society of rights and freedoms and to create a solid platform for the future development of our country," said he in his sixth Government Report.
Carlos Alberto Puente Salas, member of the parliamentary group of the PVEM, defended the performance of the government of the president in the light of the rejection of some of the legislators present.
"The Green Party recognizes the achievements of the government of Enrique Peña Nieto, recognizes his leadership, his courage, long-term vision, dedication and love for Mexico", said the legislator between Boos.
Between expressions such as "liar" and "outside, outside", the deputy confirmed that in the days of difficult decisions, the federal president acted as a true head of state.
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With a speech that broke the conciliatory tone that had been the transition, Mario Delgado, Morena's coordinator in the Chamber of Deputies, said the long night of violence, economic stagnation, poverty and corruption was over.
In his speech he condemned the cynicism of those who liberated a country from violence, deaths, disappearances, social backwardness and high debts.
Delgado said the apology was very late on the damage that President Peña caused to the presidential institution.
"They leave the house very dirty, even if they paint it white," he said.
Halfway through the speech of Claudia Ruiz Massieu, senator and leader of the PRI, the majority of the House of Representatives in the Chamber of Deputies counted to 43 and claimed justice as the slogan of the protests in the case of the disappeared Ayotzinapa normalistas.
After confirming that his party is not a mercenary of politics or its ideology when a change of government takes place, the Morena caucus reacted with the characteristic cry of the marches of the Iguala case.
"We know the egoism of the opposition that everything is only rejected by slogan, we will not be," he said before the interruption, "those attitudes are small parties and the PRI is a big party."
Between boos and rechiflas, Ruiz Massieu defended the management of the outgoing government in economic, educational and commercial matters which, she said, left favorable conditions to the next government.
Given the large majority of Morena in both houses, deputy José Ricardo Gallardo Corona, of the PRD group, offered to promote a left-wing agenda in the next six years.
"We are committed to not being an obstacle to the definition and application of government policies and the actions the new government is proposing to solve the country's major problems."
Dante Delgado, leader of Movimiento Ciudadano in the Senate, challenged Morena and López Obrador to lower the price of gasoline.
If this does not happen, he said, it is the first betrayal by this party that the majority has. (With information about Reformation)