Margarita Zavala, wife of former President Felipe Calderon, has quit PAN (the partisan organization which made Felipe President) because of her differences with Ricardo Anaya, the current national head of PAN, who (according to Zavala’s political group) has harmed the partisan unity in PAN but seems to forget the manner in which her husband, when he was President, imposed two National Leaders in the party.
Their names: German Martinez (who started the downfall of the party), who is known to be a huge egotistical and narcissist character and caused severe damage to his party PAN without caring a bit, the other one named Nava was nothing more than a presidential marionette who did with the party any which thing Felipe wished and told him.
Those two individuals enslaved PAN and somehow favored the return of PRI to the Presidency of the Republic, now, after Margarita, Cocoa (nickname for Felipe Calderon’s sister Senator Luisa Calderon) also resigns to her partisan militancy in PAN, an act of family solidarity and neither Anaya is an utter prick nor Margarita is a Sister Teresa of any sort, both have a long history behind them.
In Mexicali, Baja California, for example, four PAN members who had resigned and went to the ranks of Movimiento Ciudadano (MC) a political party which (according to them) was a Project with a certain future growth (politically and demographically), now made an Alliance with PAN and the left wing PRD, since they consider that they couldn’t go back to their “political cradle” because the alliance known as “Pact for Mexico” is not coherent for them, with what they saw in Margarita Zavala when they arrived there, but that is another story.
by ALFREDO AZCARATE VARELA for The Baja Post
Disclaimer: Opinions expressed in this article are those of the writer and not necessarily those of The Yucatan Times.
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