The executive committee of the National Action Party (PAN) asked the mayor to temporarily resign because his brother was implicated "in supposed acts of corruption, which has created a climate of suspicion and indignation.
What does NAP stand for?
NAP stands for National Action Party (political party in Mexico)
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We have 297 other meanings of NAP in our Acronym Attic
- Name, Address, Phone Number
- Nap-Of-The-Earth (avionics)
- Napa (Amtrak bus station code; Napa, CA)
- Naples, Italy - Capodichino (Airport Code)
- National Academies of Practice (Lexington, KY)
- National Academies Press
- National Academy Press
- National Account Profile
- National Accreditation Program (ANSI term)
- National Action Plan (various locations)
- National Adaptation Plan (UN)
- National Advantage Program (insurance)
- National Aerial Photography
- National Aerospace Plane
- National Afforestation Programme (India)
- National Agriculture Policy (various locations)
- National AIDS Prevention
- National AIDS Program
- National Airports Policy (Canada)
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This year's July 2 presidential election in Mexico promised to be a hotly contested race essentially between the candidates of rival parties: the popular former mayor of Mexico City, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), versus former Energy Secretary Felipe Calderon of the National Action Party (PAN), the controlling party of President Vincente Fox.
Initial election results gave conservative National Action Party candidate Felipe Calderon a 240,000-vote - or less than 0.
While Mexican President Vicente Fox's National Action Party (PAN) has backed revoking the tax, the nation's other parties have been pushing to keep the tax in place until the United States opens its market to Mexican sugar.
During nearly six years in office, Fox spent a lot of political capital trying to move those reforms ahead in a divided Congress, one in which his National Action Party (PAN) is in the minority.