In the same year, by decree, Calderón extinguished Luz y Fuerza del Centro, leaving 44,000 jobless workers and 22,000 defenseless retirees. In his government report of 2010, the so called “president of labor” states that the greatest achievement of all his administration was to eradicate LFC (Light and power company.)
A year later, one of the cheapest and oldest airlines in Mexico, Mexicana de aviacion, goes bankrupt, 85,000 workers were dismissed, including pilots, flight attendants and ground staff. Weeks before leaving office in 2012, he instructs the senators and deputies of his party to boost labor reform where workers’ rights are restricted and outsourcing is legalized benefiting national and international private investors.
Calderon is linked to the Humanist Party which obtained its registration in 2014. Relatives and people close to Felipe Calderon are members of this party which is considered as social Christian Democrat. Currently, the former president perceives from the public treasury the amount of 205,000 pesos a month as pension and 816,000 to pay for consultants, totaling 1 million 21 thousand pesos per month.