Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador - Quotes

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We're not going to meddle in the internal life of other peoples and other governments, because we don't want them meddling in ours. ---->>>

So from a long time ago, every year 700,000 Mexicans have only three routes to take: migration, the informal economy and the path to antisocial behavior. ---->>>

In the last 15 years, only 500,000 jobs have been created per year. So from a long time ago, every year 700,000 Mexicans have only three routes to take: migration, the informal economy and the path to antisocial behavior. ---->>>

I cannot accept fraud. ---->>>

I would not apply the strategy of Calderon. I would look at the causes. Violence in Mexico has its origins in the lack of development and corruption. ---->>>

If we accept the rule of those who think they are the bosses and lords of Mexico, nothing will change for the people on the bottom. ---->>>

Mexico and the U.S. are bound not only because of the common border, but by a shared culture and history. ---->>>

To confront criminals, we need to finish with corruption. If we don't do this, there is no hope. ---->>>

I will accept the results when the election is free and clean. I cannot accept fraud. ---->>>

Violence in Mexico has its origins in the lack of development and corruption. ---->>>

It is not true that Pena is 20 points above me. It's part of the management of the regime. They have control of the media, with few exceptions. ---->>>

Without economic growth and job creation in Mexico, we won't be able to confront the migratory phenomenon. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Mexican
Born: 11-13, 1953
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Occupation: Politician
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Andrés Manuel López Obrador (Spanish: [anˌdɾez maˈnwel ˈlopes oβɾaˈðoɾ]; born November 13, 1953), also known as AMLO, is a Mexican politician who held the position of Head of Government of the Federal District from 2000 to 2005, before resigning in July 2005 to contend the 2006 presidential election, representing the Coalition for the Good of All, a coalition led by the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) that includes the Convergence party and the Labor Party (wikipedia)