MEXICO CITY, August 20, 2003 ( – The Mexican government has issued two warning letters to priests over their urging parishioners to vote only for pro-life and pro-family candidates.  Mexico’s “Mexico Possible” political party, which runs on a pro-abortion and pro-homosexual platform, has complained to the government that five priests and six bishops were violating Mexican law barring involvement in partisan politics by religious leaders.  Mexican Deputy Interior Minister Javier Moctezuma said that no charges would be brought against any of the churchmen since no evidence was found of any violation of Mexico’s electoral laws.  However, he added that two of the priests received written warnings to respect the law.  The Ministry offered no explanation of the reason for the letters.  Violation of the law carries a fine of up to $80,000.  See the AP coverage from the San Francisco Chronicle: