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Gustavo A. Madero

(go͞ostä`vō ä mädā`rō), city (1990 pop. 1,268,068), Federal District, S central Mexico. Formerly called Guadalupe Hidalgo, it was renamed in 1931. It is the site of the Our Lady of Guadalupe shrine and is a major Roman Catholic pilgrimage center. The treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848), which ended the Mexican War, was signed there.

Gustavo A. Madero

a city in central Mexico, northeast of Mexico City: became a pilgrimage centre after an Indian convert had a vision of the Virgin Mary here in 1531. Pop.: 668 500 (2000 est.)
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Tras la encomienda abortada del hijo de Porfirio Diaz, Gustavo Madero habia sido nombrado para realizar el viaje de agradecimiento a Japon, pero fue asesinado durante el golpe de estado de Victoriano Huerta que tambien acabo con la vida de su hermano, el presidente Francisco I.
Some critics described the PAN decision to put forth an issue that has not traditionally been part of its pro-business agenda as a simple political ploy organized by former party president Gustavo Madero, who left his post to run in the 2015 congressional elections.
Barely minutes later, his counterpart in PAN Gustavo Madero announced his party's candidate, Francisco "Kiko" Vega, as winner, as (http://mexico.
The name of former PAN president Gustavo Madero has also come up in connection with the case, but he is apparently not under investigation.
The Mexican economy is in no way prepared to increase the minimum wage, at least not to the extent that some authorities and political parties are proposing," said Jose Luis Carazo, CTM representative on the Comision Nacional de Salarios Minimos (CONASAMI), referring to separate proposals made by Mexico City Mayor Miguel Mancera and PAN president Gustavo Madero.
Gustavo Madero, a federal congressman for the president's National Action Party, remarked, "We need more resources.
Incumbent president Gustavo Madero won re-election against rival Sen.
Many have called for the Monterrey mayor to step down or take a leave of absence during the investigation, including national PAN president Gustavo Madero Munoz and federal Interior Secretary Francisco Blake Mora.
The changes to the electoral process in Mexico state have not dissuaded some PRD and PAN leaders from considering an alliance in the 2011 race, including the PAN's newly elected national president Gustavo Madero.