Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Mexico's president-elect, said he had "no time" to review Enrique Peña Nieto's report.
"Relations with the current government are good, although I have not yet been able to read the report," he said when he left the Transitional House, with a few statements about the presidential report and the position of the PRI.
When questioning the balance of the outgoing government.
"I can not give a figure, we'll talk tomorrow," he replied.
López Obrador applauded the decision of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) to support the initiatives of Morena.
– What was the opinion of the support given by the PRI to the Morena caucus in the Chamber of Deputies?
"Good thing, they are in agreement, that there is harmony, that there are no lawsuits, national reconciliation is necessary."
As he did last Thursday, López Obrador took a few minutes to attend a group of demonstrators in search of the democratization of the Mexican Social Security Institute union.