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The Political Situation in Mexico
CMIC Presentation to the
North American Construction Federation Conference
Sun River Resort- Bend, Oregon
United States
August 12-14, 2010
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Political Outlook
1.Political Forces
2.Proposal for APP Law
3.Liaison with Legislators
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Political Situation
1. Political Forces
2009
In 2009, the PRI goverened 19
states, the PAN 7 and the PRD 6.
2010
After the elections on July 4, 2010, the PRI
is governing in 19 states, the PAN in 5, the
PRD in 5 and ALIANZA (PAN-PRD) in 3
states.
Source: Federal Electoral Institute of each state.
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Political Situation
1. Political Forces
Election Results for Governor in 12 states: July 4, 2010
Ruling Party
2009
Elected Party
2010
Aguascalientes
PAN
PRI
Chihuahua
PRI
PRI
Durango
PRI
PRI
Hidalgo
PRI
PRI
Oaxaca
PRI
ALIANZA (PAN-PRD)
Puebla
PRI
ALIANZA (PAN-PRD)
Sinaloa
PRI
ALIANZA (PAN-PRD)
Quintana Roo
PRI
PRI
Tamaulipas
PRI
PRI
Tlaxcala
PAN
PRI
Veracruz
PRI
PRI
Zacatecas
PRD
PRI
State
Note: The Governors are elected by direct citizens vote. The term is for six years . There is no re-election. There are 32 states (EF).
Source: Federal Electoral Institute of each state.
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1. Political Forces
2009
2010
PAN 20%
PRI 52%
21,689,536
Total Population
63,463,191
55,609,546
22,398,704
(People)
ALIANZA
(PAN-PRD)
11%
11,889,672
PAN 18%
19,537,085
21,047,149
PRD 21%
PRD 19%
PRI 59%
PAN 18%
154,471
Total GDP
511,104
PRI 54%
ALIANZA
(PAN-PRD)
PAN 16%
7% 154,451
65,760
516,705
210,201
226,016
(Millions of Pesos)
PRD 23%
PRD 24%
PRI 58%
Construction
GDP (Millions of
10,773
38,354
PAN 18%
ALIANZA
PRD 16%
(PAN-PRD)
9,620
6%
9,878
3,583
37,069
Pesos)
10,273
PRD 17%
PAN 17%
PRI 65%
PRI 61%
Source: Management of Economy and Finance CMIC with IFE and INEGI data.
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Political Situation
1. Political Forces
2006-2009
Concept
2007-2012
Deputies 1/
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Total
500
100
PAN
206
PRD
PRI
Concept
Deputies 1/
%
Total
500
100.0
41.2
PRI
237
47.4
127
25.4
PAN
143
28.6
106
21.2
PRD
71
14.2
PVEM
17
3.4
PVEM
22
4.4
Otros
44
8.8
Otros
27
5.4
2006-2009
2007-2012 (Without changes)
Senators 2/
%
Senators 2/
%
128
100.0
128
100.0
PAN
52
40.6
PAN
52
40.6
PRI
32
25.0
PRI
32
25.0
PRD
26
20.3
PRD
26
20.3
PVEM
6
4.7
PVEM
6
4.7
OTROS
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9.4
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9.4
1 / There can be no immediate reelection of a Deputy. The term is for 3 years, called Legislature. Installed on September 1 and ends on August 31 three years later.
2 / There can be no immediate re-election of a Senator. The term lasts 6 years.
Source: Management of Economy and Finance CMIC with IFE and INEGI data.
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Political Situation
2. Proposal for APP Law
The CMIC supports the proposal of an APP (Public-Private
Partnership) Law
● Currently there is a Public Works Law in Mexico, but not an APP
Law.
● There is need for a legal regimen that would regulate the APP’s.
● It is neccessary an adequate distribution of risks between the
private and public sector.
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2. Proposal for APP Law
Attempt to incorporate existing best practices from other
countries:
● Use of these schemes
● Lower costs
● Reduction of time
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2. APP Law
Benefits of the APP Law:
● Judicial certainty
● Flexibility for the investors and Federal Public
Administration (APF)
● Efficient use of public resources
● Promote initiatives in the private sector
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3. Liaison with Legislators
● Open dialogue with Commissions in both the House
and Senate
● Periodic meetings regarding the infrastructure
agenda and seeking solutions to problems
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3. Liaison with Legislators
3.1. Regulatory Reform
Forum on Regulatory Reforms (Federal government and OCDE):
● Institutional Coordination
● Facilitate project assignments
● Access to financing
● Simplification of the regulatory framework
● Expedite contract procedures
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3. Liaison with Legislators
3.2. Fiscal Reform
Federal representatives were invited to talk about the 2010 Fiscal Code.
The proposals covered the following themes:
● Fiscal Consolidation
● Fiscal Responsibility
● Tax Receipts
● Access to information and precautionary measures
● Additional Declarations
● Action on Administrative Procedures for Implementation
● Limitation of Criminal Action
● Tax Crimes
● Reparation of Damages
● Tax Address
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3. Liaison with Legislators
3.3. Promotion of Micro, Small and Medium size construction
companies
CMIC encourages the participation of Mipymes in the construction sector
Work Groups were integrated to discuss the following topics :
● Regulatory framework to accelerate public works
● Public Trust to promote the development of national suppliers and contractors
● State run Petroleum company
● Project Bureau
● Government Purchasing Program
● Fund for construction Mipymes
● Liquid guarantees
● Training
● Mipymes participation in public works.
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The Political Situation in Mexico
CMIC Presentation to the
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Sun River Resort- Bend, Oregon
United States
August 12-14, 2010
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