Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Jesús Ortega and Marcelo Ebrard are two perredistas who've expressed concern about the Cananea mine takeover. This Milenio article suggests that they have joined forces with Napoleón Gómez, which (thankfully) is exaggerated. They've come out against the use of force in labor disputes and the criminalization of opposition groups, but I haven't seen either embracing Gomez. In any event, this is a tricky issue for the administration, but it's also a hard one for oppositions pols to whack them with, because, as David Agren pointed out in comments, there's so much fault on both sides.