++ President Felipe Calderón headed the closing ceremony at the Group of 20 Summit in Los Cabos, Baja California. Some of the agreements reached at the meeting included injecting over 450 billion dollars into the International Monetary Fund and an action plan to promote growth and employment.
++ Three of the four presidential candidates participated in a debate organized by the #IAm132 movement held in the Federal District Human Rights Commission. PRI presidential candidate Enrique Peña Nieto said that he sent a letter to the #IAm132 movement to explain that he declined the invitation to take part in the debate because they did not assured conditions of neutrality and equity for the debate.
++ Leftist candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador said that PRI governors working to favor Enrique Peña Nieto are handing out food packages to buy votes for Peña Nieto.
++ New Alliance candidate Gabriel Quadri said it was regrettable that part of Mexican society is obsessed with the fact that his party belongs to teachers union leader Elba Esther Gordillo.
++ Interior Secretary Alejandro Poiré called on presidential candidates to respect the results of the elections on July 1st and he also called on citizens to vote.
++ Guerrero Governor Ángel Aguirre came to an agreement with dissident teachers that postpones applying teacher performance tests and standard tests… Teachers, who stopped activities at 170 elementary schools, were also assured that the 4,000 teachers who took part in the strike will not be punished for taking part in the one-month strike.
++ In Michoacán, after a 23-day teacher strike there, PRI governor Fausto Vallejo said that his administration cannot respond to the demands being made by the dissident Teachers Union “Coordinadora” group.