"Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto esta currently en Los Angeles where he met with a variety of Mexican groups. He told them that other states in the US, "unlike California...have not evolved and still skimp on recognizing, and even worse, the rights of migrants."
"This, he added, with the imposicion of discriminatory measures which affect bilateral ties is ethically reprehensible and and distance the principles, the US and Mexico, from shared responsiblity and from being good neighbors.
"In front of some 500 representatives of clubs and other Mexican organizations, Peña Nieto did not cite specific cases of this mistreatment of nationals, but insisted that he only has one thing to say to those who support exclusion, discrimination or opposition to diversity: the future will show them their ethical error, time will show us right.'
"He also spoke of the debate about migratory reform in the United States and said that the position of Mexico is very clear: 'We want to be a factor of cohesion, not of division, with full respect for the sovereignty of the United States.
"He also said that this migratory reform ought to become reality because it deals with a question of justice for those who support development of this [US?] society.
"In addition to delivering scholarships for Dreamers (youth of Mexican origin studying in the US and whom he congratulated for their fight to push the migration debate) President Peña also annunced some measures to simplify consular bureaucracy." My translation.
And then there's energy reform....