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01 December 2006
Calderon gets sworn in as Mexican President at the Congress building
Just to make everything nice and legal, Felipe Calderon managed to get into the Mexican Congress via a side entrance and took the oath of office. The national anthem was played and former president Vicente Fox stood uneasily looking like a man who had a train to catch. Then the dignitaries left the building and Calderon made a speech at the heavily guarded National Auditorium.

Back at the Congress, the Senators and Deputies carried on with their brawl. The BBC World newsreader couldn't keep the mirth out of his voice as he reported the event.
1 Comments:

What matters in this world is not the legalistic trix a ruling-class engages in to justify their misrule; but the will of the people. Always. And the people will that these interlopers have no legitimacy whatsoever.

Prepare for what might be a long, drawn-out, bloody revolution.

2 December 2006 at 07:25  

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