Mexican Green


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A regional term for marijuana with greenish leaves grown in Mexico
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The Mexican Green Ecologist Party or PVEM, which will partner with the PRI to form an absolute majority in the lower house of congress (259 out of 500 seats), is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Gonzalez Torres family.
Having abandoned its environmental pretensions, the only green the Mexican Green Environmental party has pursued in recent years is the long green of filthy lucre.
This past June, Grupo de los Cien and the Mexican Green Party forced the federal government to create a multipartisan 12-member commission in Mexico's Chamber of Deputies to investigate ESSA's environmental record at Guerrero Negro and the likely effects of the proposed saltworks at San Ignacio Lagoon.
I remember rolling my eyes and saying in a stage whisper to the people around me that the Mexican Greens are not a real Green Party, just a family of reactionary thieves with an environmentalist veneer.
The main business of the Mexican Greens, along with a half dozen smaller parties, is ladling generous sums of public money into their own bowls.