Joke of the Day: PRI governments more effective against drug trafficking, says Moreira

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Joke of the Day: PRI governments more effective against drug trafficking, says Moreira

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To all you lil gringos who do not know about Mexico, Mexico has three main parties, El PRI, EL PAN and EL PRD. The PAN in 2000 ended 71 years of dictatorship by EL PRI. If any of you want to know why Mexico is the way it is today just learn about EL PRI. Anyways here is the story.

 The national leader of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI), Humberto Moreira, said the PRI governments were more "effective" in fighting organized crime and drug trafficking that National Action (PAN).

On Monday, at a press conference explained that under the PRI administration had more seizures, there was no violence on the streets now and there was a more effective job, plus it had less power in society.

Exemplified by saying that the effectiveness of earlier you can see "where the PRI ruled," El Chapo "(Guzman) was in prison that the PAN now governs" El Chapo "is in the streets, so asked for an explanation of why before had more seizures and there were less shootings and now.

PRI will continue fight against drug trafficking

Moreira Valdes said because the Mexican army in the streets to continue the fight against drug trafficking, as is suggested by last week President Felipe Calderon.

Said it would be a mistake to return to the Army at this time to their barracks and called for them with more resources to fight this scourge.

"I agree that it is not the time to return to barracks as put by the President. It is when such a critical situation of security in the country to return the Army. There is a great recognition and are mainly they who are leading this fight would be a mistake to return the military to the barracks at this time, "he said.

The former governor of Coahuila announced that if the PRI returns to Los Pinos in 2012 will continue the fight against drug trafficking, but with a more effective intelligence, efficiency and effectiveness, with more resources for those facing this problem.

"Obviously we can not abandon the struggle," he said.