Members of the dissident National Teachers Union Coordinadora group, the CNTE, met with Interior Secretariat officials for another session of talks.
After the meeting, the secretary general of the CNTE Section 18 in Michoacán, announced that the Coordinadora will on August 11 takes steps to begin legislative action to amend, suspend or revoke education reform.
++ Despite attempts by the CNTE Section 22 to boycott the Guelaguetza feast it took place in the Cerro del Fortín auditorium in Oaxaca city.
++ CNTE teachers Heriberto Magariño López and Juan Carlos Orozco Matus, were released Monday. Magariño López, the Isthmus of Tehuantepec regional representative had been arrested on May 10 on charges of an alleged role in robbery, attempted homicide and damages to urban equipment.
Orozco Matus spent nine months in prison on charges of property damages and affecting public buildings and government resources.
++ Michoacán Governor Silvano Aureoles said that the Álvaro Obregón mayor testified before authorities on charges he took part in the homicides of 10 people whose corpses were found in Cuitzeo, among them three minors.
++ Veracruz Governor Javier Duarte filed a criminal complaint against governor-elect Miguel Ángel Yunes Linares on charges of illicit enrichment. Yunes said the charges were unfounded.
++ Supreme Court justices will in coming days review a Senate request to speed up the constitutional challenges to anti-corruption laws being approved in Veracruz, Quintana Roo and Chihuahua. Their session will be behind closed doors.
++ Senate speaker Roberto Gil Zuarth denied that Congress was responsible for the gasoline hike, the highest increase in 18 years.
He charged that the federal government chose to increase gasoline rates to increase earnings.
++ Mexico City Mayor Miguel Ángel Mancera criticized the gasoline hike and said that an increase is urgently needed, but to the minimum wage.