Proponents of NAFTA in the United States stressed that the pact was a free trade agreement and not an economic community agreement.  The free movement of goods, services and capital did not extend to work. By proposing what no comparable agreement had attempted to open up to a “great third world country” – NAFTA avoided the establishment of a common social policy and employment. The regulation of the labour market and employment has remained exclusively due to national governments.  On December 9, 2019, Fox News announced that negotiators from the three countries had reached an agreement on enforcement, paving the way for a final agreement within 24 hours and ratification by all three parties before the end of the year. Mexico has agreed to impose a minimum wage of $16 per hour for Mexican auto workers by a “neutral” third party. Mexico, which imports all of its aluminum, also objected to the provisions relating to the U.S. steel and aluminum content of automotive components.  It was also the first Canadian election where a lot of negative publicity was used; Anti-free trade advertising showed that negotiators were “moving away” from the free trade agreement, which turned out to be the Canada-U.S. border at the end of advertising. Although some opinion polls showed that there were slightly more Canadians against the deal than for him, the Mulroney Progressive Conservatives took advantage of being the only party in favour of the deal, while the Liberals and the NDP divided the vote on free trade. In addition, future Quebec premiers Jacques Parizeau and Bernard Landry supported the agreement, which was seen as a factor in supporting the PC party in Quebec.  Mulroney won a government majority and the agreement was introduced into law, even though a majority of voters had voted for parties opposed to free trade.  Following the signing of the auto pact, the Canadian government considered proposing free trade agreements in other economic sectors. However, the U.S. government was less sensitive to this idea and wanted to remove some of the guarantees from the pact. Canada`s attention has focused on the issue of a broader free trade agreement between the two countries.  From 1935 to 1980, the two nations concluded a series of bilateral trade agreements that sharply reduced tariffs in both countries.  The most important of these agreements was the 1960s automotive trade agreement (also known as the auto pact).  Before sending it to the U.S. Senate, Clinton added two subsidiary agreements, the North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation (NAALC) and the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation (NAAEC) to protect workers and the environment, as well as to allay the concerns of many members of the House of Representatives. The United States has required its partners to comply with similar environmental practices and regulations. [Citation required] After much attention and discussion, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act on November 17, 1993. Supporters of the deal included 132 Republicans and 102 Democrats.