Federal Electoral Institute July 5 election date is very close and political campaigns ended, all parties made every effort to get the highest number of votes for these elections. The question is who will win? Will they remember his promises? Are they as other politicians? all these questions will be answered after July 6, when the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) publish the results and the winners may take possession of their posts. However this year's elections will have another very different from past years dye, because there is another factor that is becoming increasingly stronger, null vote, which is nothing more than a way to express our dissatisfaction at the handling of policy in our country for 2009. The null vote being the electoral decision of many intellectuals, researchers, journalists for this Sunday. They will give this shows discontent from all the corruption, impunity, deals below water, pacts between parties, and all the other things that as citizens we are not aware but that unfortunately occurs in the political life in Mexico. As citizens we can believe or not in this proposal but there is no doubt that it is spreading and taking force increasingly. As society are already tired to see fights, discussions, because we don't want to see colors but see results. That the person who wins, really meet the proposals of campaign, which meets the people who took him to where he is, to not stay in power only by ambition, that really rise to power who is trained to do so and all this depends on our votes, make the best decision for the country depends on all voters. The aim of the elections is to choose our representatives, we are voting for the party that is or we anulemos our vote, but we have to be responsible for...
President Chavez and Interest Rates The original rate was 16.5% ICSVM which remained fixed until the Extraordinary Official Gazette number 5341 of May 5, 1999 was published the decree law number 126 of the newly elected President Chavez, who established the Value Added Tax (VAT) to replace the previous ICSVM and it is noteworthy that in Chapter II, Article 27, this Decree stated that the tax rate would be set between a minimum of 8% and a maximum of 16.5%, not exceeding the rate was maintained for long. Not to make this story so long: by mid-2005 the rate was set at 15% at the end of this year it dropped to 14% and remained at that level until March 1, 2007 date was lowered to 11%, and finally, last July 01 was set at its current value: 9% announced along with the promise that this reduction would lower inflation "at least 3 percentage points and would free an alleged surplus in the hands of few consumers "billions" of Bs and this is now a lie but that can be hidden in some way using many numbers, accounts and technical and economic arguments ... but the will clarify a little further on is not the case with another lie that is more obvious: "Now everything is cheaper" ... no, not, the truth is that all it costs the same, just that the government will dip into our pockets with a little more finesse. But no more history. VAT is a "plus" that is charged on the basis of the price of goods or services you are paying and the amount in each specific case is the result of multiplying this price by the rate, and what the rate is down is not the price ... .