One of the big reforms that are taking place right now and was voted on during this administration has to do with the creation of this “Fiscal General”. It is the Attorney general’s office, but in reallity the Fiscal General is suposed to be more independent than the General Prosecutor. Those are at least some of the characteristics of the inicial drafting in constitutional reforms. Anyway, the partys have been unable to reach an agreement between candidates and I ran into a senator the other day and he expressed concern that the two appointments that have now been made during the summer time has to do with: 1., The new Fiscal general and 2., The special prosecutor for anticorruption cases, but, in many ways depend on the Fiscal General. To talk about an innovative and very different proposal I have on the line Jose Medina Mora, National Vice President of Structural Strenghtening of Coparmex.