PAN reflects on July’s election defeat

The PAN marked the 70th anniversary of its creation in 1939 at the same time that the ‘Committee of Reflection and Analysis’ headed by the anti-Calderón wing of the party presented its confidential report on the causes for the July election debacle. Senator Santiago Creel, one of the forces behind the committee, said he was satisified with the report, which he said highlighted the party’s abandonment of its ‘mystical origins,’ the failure to bring about the change that the citizens demanded, and defending the privileges of interest groups that prospered under the old regime and that the PAN had previously opposed. (Santiago Creel 9/13, Universal 9/13)

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