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Gustavo A. Madero

(Spanish ɡusˈtaβo a maˈðero)
n
(Placename) a city in central Mexico, northeast of Mexico City: became a pilgrimage centre after an Indian convert had a vision of the Virgin Mary here in 1531. Pop: 668 500 (2000 est). Former name (until 1931): Guadalupe Hidalgo
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There is much indignation and irritation among PAN senators and deputies and many other members of the party who feel mistreated by the federal government and the PRD in this reform," party president Gustavo Madero said at the end of October.
There must be a strong response," said Gustavo Madero, president of the conservative opposition Partido Accion Nacional (PAN).
We have to give other actors an opportunity" where PEMEX cannot or does not want to participate in oil production," said PAN president Gustavo Madero.
Therefore, the move to abandon Hank Rhon and support the weaker Castro Trenti was an easy decision for the Pena Nieto government, which wanted to appease the leaders of the two major opposition parties, Jesus Zambrano of the PRD and Gustavo Madero of the PAN.
The fissures in the coalition appeared in mid-April, when PAN president Gustavo Madero, Sen.
The move to change the structure of education, which President Enrique Pena Nieto promised would take place early in his administration, was endorsed by leaders of the three major parties, including opposition-party presidents Gustavo Madero of the conservative Partido Accion Nacional (PAN) and Jesus Zambrano of the center-left Partido de la Revolucion Democratica (PRD).
Our party is open to dialogue with everyone, and we are simply seeking to develop a common agenda," the PAN legislative leader said in a joint press conference with party leaders Zambrano of the PRD and Gustavo Madero of the PAN.
The book includes the horrific violence that marked this period, such as the brutal assassination of Gustavo Madero.
We probably won't be able to seriously take up fiscal reform again until we have a new president," said Gustavo Madero, a lawmaker for Fox's National Action Party (PAN) and head of the lower house Finance Committee.