Saturday, July 19, 2008
The March election for the PRD presidency has been annulled, after four months of arguing. Not exactly a shining moment for the perredistas. On the other hand, the PAN can't seem to shake its own internal gangfights, either. First, there is the ongoing conflict between Santiago Creel and Germán Martínez. And then, a couple of weeks ago, Manuel Espino emerged from his cave to take shots at the president. As Leo Zuckermann pointed out Friday, the only party not presently beset by internal strife is the PRI.