MEXICO, December 18 - RAPSI. A complaint has been submitted to the International Criminal Court in The Hague accusing former Mexican President Felipe Calderon of crimes against humanity, Mexican media outlets reported Monday.

The complaint against Calderon, who resigned in late November, was filed by former Coahuila de Zaragoza governor and former head of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, Humberto Moreira.

"During his fight against the drug mafia, Calderon killed - not personally, but through the actions of his administration, which resulted in a number of victims - more than 100,000 Mexicans; another 30,000 went missing," Moreira said during a news conference.

Moreira's son Jose Eduardo was allegedly killed by cartel members.

"One day the court will punish and imprison him," Humberto Moreira said.

In late 2011, a similar complaint against the then-president was filed by attorney Netsai Sandoval.

Calderon said that he is not afraid of the possible consequences of the lawsuit. He said in an interview with El Pais that it is the criminals who should be blamed for the rise in the number of victims, and that the government was acting in accordance with the law.