[1], In response to the fraud, the 77-year-old Nava initiated what he called the March for Dignity, a 265-mile march from the city of San Luis Potosí to Zócalo in Mexico City, estimated to take 1 month to complete. Los resultados oficiales le dieron la victoria a López Dávila y los navistas impugnaron las elecciones y llevaron a cabo protestas, que fueron reprimidas por el gobierno. On March 1, 1992, the MCD held its first convention, drawing over 60 indigenous, community labor, citizen, and human rights organizations.

Nava's opponent in the 1991 election was Fausto Zapata who represented the ruling PRI party.

On March 18, 1992, Nava died from a heart attack provoked by abdominal infection. Ante las protestas, Fausto Zapata, que había tomado posesión como gobernador el 26 de septiembre de 1991 renunció el 10 de octubre y fue sustituido por Gonzalo Martínez Corbalá. Well, I consider myself that kind of person, one that is curious about how the world works. De Nava sí espera el pueblo. En route to Mexico City, Nava demanded the president remove Zapata from office due to the growing scandal and protests. An ophthalmologist and professor at the Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí in the School of Medicine, he eventually became a leader in the opposition movement in San Luis Potosí and the greater Mexican political arena. Esta página se editó por última vez el 1 jun 2020 a las 15:03. [1], Salvador Nava's political career began in 1958 when he decided to run for mayor of San Luis Potosí under the national Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) banner. Osuna Nava then gets in contact with smuggler Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, and decides to eliminate Pedro Avilés and make the young Felix Gallardo the leader of the new organization, creating the Guadalajara cartel. Nava was arrested and many protesters were shot during out breaks. Una vez más Nava reclamó un fraude y anunció la realización de una "Marcha por la Dignidad" de San Luis Potosí a la Ciudad de México. https://narcos-mexico.fandom.com/wiki/Salvador_Osuna_Nava?oldid=2009. Poll watchers reported violations of voting rights at over half the locations, stating there were instances of polling places transferring locations at the last minute, names being removed from the registration lists, PRI members voting multiple times and missing ballot boxes.
Zapata was then awarded the position of consul general for Mexico in Los Angeles.

[1][2], Nava once again ran for Mayor with the back drop of his Potosíno Civic Front (FCP), supported by the National Action Party (PAN) and the Unified Socialist Party of Mexico (PSUM). An ophthalmologist and professor at the Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí in the School of Medicine, he eventually became a leader in the opposition movement in San Luis Potosí and the greater Mexican political arena. Entre las cosas más recordadas de su administración municipal se encuentra el hecho de que cada semana eran publicados en los periódicos y en las paredes del Palacio Municipal una descripción detallada de los gastos que con dinero público se llevaban a cabo. El Congreso de San Luis Potosí lo declaró presidente electo y tomó posesión el 1 de enero de 1959. 1958 . Juan José 'El Azúl' Esparragoza Moreno, one of the DFS commanders told Osuna Nava about Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo, an ex-Sinaloan police officer who wanted to unify all marijuana smugglers to establish a coordinated network. Ante estos hechos el Doctor Nava resolvió dejar la lucha y retirarse de la política. Intrigued by the plan, Osuna Nava and DFS agent Tomas Morlet attended the meeting organised by Felix Gallardo. Shortly after, Nava's widow, Maria Concepcion Calvillo, ran for office under Nava's political banner. Unbeknownst to Felix Gallardo, Osuna Nava gave instructions to the Nicaraguans to torture Miguel and his pilot. Martinez arranged for new elections in 1993 with citizen councils running the elections and polling locations. San Luis espera que sea . Fue el primer candidato independiente en ganar una alcaldía en México en 1958. Presidentes municipales de San Luis Potosí, S.L.P. Miguel loses his patience with Osuna Nava, and decides to seek protection from powerful politicians, including Nava's "bosses." El Azúl receives a promotion following Osuna Nava's death. MÉXICO, D.F. Posteriormente encabezó la oposición al gobernador Florencio Salazar Martínez que terminó con su caída y sustitución por Leopoldino Ortiz Santos y en 1991 fue postulado por el PAN, el PDM y el Partido de la Revolución Democrática como candidato a Gobernador a pesar de para entonces estar enfermo de cáncer.