In Mexico, Better the Devil You Know

Conde, Carlos D.
September 2012
Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine;9/3/2012, Vol. 22 Issue 22, p5
The article discusses Mexican politics, with focus on the 2012 presidential elections which ushered the political comeback of the once invincible Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). It highlights the victory of neophyte Enrique Peña Nieto, former governor of the state of Mexico, which ended the twelve-year rule of the National Action Party (PAN) that came to power in 2000. Also discussed are aspects of Mexico's political tradition and Nieto's presidential campaign promises.


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