And then there is this
In a press conference Wednesday in this capital, the runner-up in the balloting, leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, said he and his supporters are providing ample evidence to the TEPJF electoral court to secure “the invalidation of the presidential election as clearly in violation of the constitution.”
“We’re talking about billions of pesos” of illicit origin directed to the PRI’s campaign to buy at least five million votes, Lopez Obrador, the candidate of a coalition led by his Party of the Democratic Revolution, or PRD, said.
“The whole truth can be ascertained. If we’re providing this evidence (of illegal activity), imagine what officials with the Finance Secretariat and (the CNBV banking regulator) would be able to find out, if they don’t know already,” Lopez Obrador said.
“In the federal government, they already know what this was about,” Lopez Obrador said, adding that he doesn’t know why President Felipe Calderon’s conservative National Action Party, or PAN, administration does not “reveal what they know about the use of illicit funds for the benefit for Peña Nieto.”
But “hiding information isn’t going to work because we’re very persistent and aren’t going to give up,” he said in comments aimed at federal government officials and TEPJF justices.