Monday, August 14, 2006
In our July 16 column, where we interviewed Mexico's conservative candidate Felipe Calderon, we told you that Calderon - who won the official count of Mexico's July 2 elections - is likely to shelve his previous criticism of Fidel Castro, and try to make nice with him, as a possible prelude to offering the Mexican foreign ministry to the opposition PRI party. Well, it's happening. Today, news agencies report that Calderon has sent a nice get-well letter to Castro. Read the wire story (in Spanish) in the comments section.