The exlideress of National Union of Education Workers (SNTE), Elba Esther Gordillo, appeared again in public life on Monday and assumed their freedom and ensured that the educational reform "collapsed".
"I have regained my freedom and education reform has collapsed," he told a press conference 13 days after his release.
In the message Gordillo claimed that his arrest was part of a political persecution.
"This image has dominated me for five years and is the product of a political persecution of intimidation, the product of a file based on lies and false accusations to make me look guilty of something I did not do, he assured.
The former SNTE stated that they are always on the side of the teachers and the defense of public educationa in Mexico.
"It is time to restore the power, with great spirit, but with power, in the case, I will exercise my conscious freedom which has always been my place and will be on the side of the teachers, the teachers of Mexico and the defense of public education of excellence, "he said.
"I also regret that some attitudes that have been attributed to me have helped us to be an easy target, an expanding boy who was blamed for everything (…) I ask the teachers of Mexico to give themselves to the children with the assurance that their concerns must be faithfully defended, rights will be quickly defended. "
Gordillo was arrested on February 26, 2013 at Toluca airport accused of the crimes of tax fraud, organized crime and money laundering, the last of them and still in force, was for 1.978 million pesos.
however, Miguel Ángel Aguilar López, the head of the First Court of First Criminal Law declared an incident of dismissal or cancellation of the proceedings in favor of Gordillo Morales, as the evidence submitted by the Attorney General's Office (PGR) was inadequate.
This was the reason why the exlideress of SNTE He obtained his freedom on August 7 of this year.
Elba Esther was in charge of the SNTE during 24 years old and was part of the main group of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) when it was elected secretary general in 2002, a position he held until 2005.