Carlos Salinas de Gortari, who was the President of Mexico from 1988 to 1994, began his six-year term, followed by various letters.
Here are some of them.
1 "I do not see them and I do not hear them."
In her last government report in 1994, Salinas used this phrase, referring to the PRD members' protest in the House of Representatives.
2 "Do not Become a Ball."
Relying on the rumors that the president (and also the leader of the PRI) "played" the double candidate, being the official postulate of Luis Donald Colosseo, and yet another presidential candidate, Manuel Camacho Solis, without a government office, who opened the door to replace Colosio if necessary.
3 "He fulfilled the political fiction."
In an interview with Denise Maerker, when asked if he cares and why Andres Manuel López Obrador won the 2006 presidential election, Carlos Salinas de Gortari replied that yes, he cared for any Mexican.
Later, when Maerker asks him, or between Lopes Obrador and him is a ceasefire, Salina starts talking about the concept of "political fantasy".
4 "I have fewer friends than people say, and more than I expected, I'm very happy."
In the same interview with Maerkere, she asks about his return to public life in the election year (2006). Taking this into account, Salina says that "memory is short" and that it has appeared in various family events
5 "With a little luck, even from the sale of my book."
In a 2008 interview with journalist Jorge Ramos, when he found out whether he was a millionaire and how he achieved it if he always fulfilled his duties, PRI said his money was legal and said that Ramos shared a stereotype because the Mexicans
"I live with income and property that I announced to the Secretariat of the General Secretariat of the Federation, and also with a little luck, while selling my book"
The book he referred to was Forgotten Decade: 1995-2006. Neolibralism and Populism in Mexico.