I am the guardian of power, not its owner.
We would betray Mexicans' hopes for change if we felt satisfied with what we've accomplished so far.
Our number one priority is to spend every peso possible to include those who are currently excluded.
I think it's very important that the United States keeps out of the local electoral process in Mexico.
Mexico doesn't deserve what has happened to us. A democratic change is urgent, a change that will permit us to stop being a loser country.
At the very end, what is going to happen is that immigration will be reduced considerably. And how can we get to that stage? By agreements on sectors.
I have decided to fight for my country, because we have build a success story in Guanajuato, with real results and more yet to come in the next two years.
There's no doubt that Mexican men and women full of dignity, willpower and a capacity for work are doing the work that not even blacks want to do in the United States.
We must put together countries that produce drugs, countries that traffic, and countries that consume, and through this multilateral effort really stop the growing of crime.
I believe Mexico should dedicate 100% of its oil revenues to developing human capital and technological development. None of us politicians should be able to touch that money.