Enrique Pena Nieto


Last quote by Enrique Pena Nieto

We're going to straighten it out. That's what I do. I fix things.
Feb 02 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Enrique Pena Nieto is associated, including Mexico, Donald Trump, and relationship. Most recently, Enrique Pena Nieto has been quoted saying: “I recognize there are challenging times and intense work ahead. The challenges are there. But we are ready to face them.” in the article Mexican Lawmakers Grapple with Trump, and What Comes Next.
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Peaceful protests are a hallmark of our democracy. Even if I don't always agree, I recognize the rights of people to express their views.

We will establish a respectful dialogue with the government of President @realDonaldTrump, to Mexico's benefit.

Sovereignty, national interest and the protection of Mexicans will guide the relationship with the new government of the United States.

All the issues that define our bilateral relationship are on the table, including security, migration and trade.

The United States should take on a commitment of joint responsibility to stop the trafficking of illegal arms from the United States to Mexico as well as to stop the money of illegal origin that criminal organisations in our country receive.

It is evident that we have some differences with the next government of the United States such as the issue of the wall which, of course, Mexico will not pay for.

Be confident that we will do all that is necessary so that the adjustment in petrol prices will have the least possible impact on family finances. Today Mexico has a strong, dynamic and competitive economy.

In the whole world, the price of petroleum increased up to 60 percent. This in turn has increased the international price of gasoline, which affects us directly because for several years Mexico has imported more than half of the fuel we consume.

I know that allowing gasoline to rise to its international price is a difficult change, but as president, my job is to precisely make difficult decisions now, in order to avoid worse consequences in the future. Keeping gas prices artificially low would mean taking money away from the poorest Mexicans, and giving it to those who have the most.

My condolences to the families of those who lost their lives in this accident and my wishes for a quick recovery for the injured.

Fidel Castro was a friend of Mexico, promoting bilateral relations based on respect, dialogue and solidarity.

There are elements that could be included, issues to do with the environment ... the labor issue is one I think that wasn't incorporated in NAFTA, just to mention some chapters that could be included in this modernization.

In the face of Trump's positioning, we're now in a stage of favoring dialogue as a way to build a new agenda in our bilateral relationship.

We both agreed that we have to work towards a relationship of trust, of a shared future, because our countries are highly important one to another.

Dialogue to make agreements is still the best route for Mexico, and my government will seek opportunities that benefit both nations in this new phase of bilateral relations.

He has been an official very committed to Mexico, and very loyal to the president.

I repeat what I told him personally, Mr. Trump: Mexico will never pay for a wall.

The Mexican people has felt aggrieved by comments that have been made, but I was sure his interest in building a relationship is genuine.

From there, the conversation addressed other issues, and developed a respectful manner.

From there, the conversation addressed other issues, and developed in a respectful manner.

At the start of the conversation with Donald Trump I made it clear that Mexico will not pay for the wall.

I regret the death of Juan Gabriel, one of the great musical icons of our country. My condolences to his relatives and friends.

For this reason, with all humility I ask your forgiveness. I reiterate my sincere and profound apology for the offense and indignation I have caused you.

We must acknowledge that isolationism cannot bring prosperity to a society. It is from a collective effort between the countries that are located in one same region.

This initiative would allow us to authorise the use of medicine derived from marijuana and/or its active ingredients.

Our country has suffered the harmful effects of drug-linked organized crime. Thankfully, a new global consensus is gradually gathering steam in favor of a reform to the international drug regime.

We should be flexible to change that which has not yielded results, the paradigm based essentially in prohibitionism, the so-called 'War on Drugs' ... (which) has not been able to limit production, trafficking nor the global consumption of drugs.

Sadly, the air quality, particularly in the Valley of Mexico, has been badly deteriorating over the last months and years. We need to go further, be braver and particularly be more determined to make sure that from now on, and over the next years, we avoid having a contaminated atmosphere that puts at risk the health of the people who live in this great megalopolis.

There have been episodes in human history, unfortunately, where these expressions of this strident rhetoric have only led to very ominous situations in the history of humanity. That's how Mussolini got in, that's how Hitler got in.

That's how Mussolini got in, that's how Hitler got in, they took advantage of a situation, a problem perhaps, which humanity was going through at the time, after an economic crisis.

This opening to imports of third parties is a forceful action that will spur a high level of private investment.

This ruling will open the door to a broad debate on the best way to regulate marijuana consumption. We need to establish measures so people clearly know which are or aren't the adverse effects of marijuana use.

We were glad to see children in good health. The mothers had some injuries but overall were doing well. We also visited some children whose condition was unfortunately critical.

People who have taken to the streets in Mexico and around the world all agree on one fundamental point – that Mexico can not continue like this. And they are right. After what happened in Iguala, Mexico must change.

For years as a country we have been discussing the need for unified state police forces. But so far we have been unable to put this resolution into action.

It's unacceptable that some people are trying to use this tragedy to justify their violence. You can't demand justice while acting with violence.

Today our priority is to find those young students from Ayotzinapa school and their location. After meeting with the governor I will meet with the security cabinet. Recently they've been holding crisis meetings every day.

Electoral authorities are confirming the results of yesterday's quick count in which it is clear that most of our country's citizens made the choice that I should lead, I should represent.

Mexicans are ready to overcome this critical phase of economic stagnation, social inequality and violence. This election is a great opportunity to achieve that.

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