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The Constitution requires the Mexican State to ensure the stability of public finances and the financial system; to plan, conduct, coordinate and guide the economic system; to regulate and promote economic activities and to "organize a democratic planning system for the national development that provides solidity, dynamism, competitiveness, permanence, and equity to the growth of the economy for independence and democratization for political, social and cultural democratization of the nation." For this purpose, the Magna Carta empowers the Federal Executive to establish "the procedures for popular participation and consultation in the national system of democratic planning, and the criteria for the formulation, instrumentation, control and evaluation of the development plan and programs". The National Development Plan (PND) is, in this perspective, an instrument to state the national problems and list the solutions in a six-year projection.