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Mexico's old ruling party and its allies appear to have fallen just short of a majority in both houses of Congress, electoral authorities said Tuesday, giving smaller parties the potential of leveraging their swing votes and increasing the likelihood
Electoral authorities say Mexico's old ruling party and its allies have fallen just short of a majority in both houses of Congress. The situation may give small parties leverage to offer their swing votes. The Institutional Revolutionary Party has
The ruling-party candidate who came third in Mexico's presidential elections said Thursday that campaign spending violations had marred the vote, although she stopped short of challenging the legitimacy of the outcome. The
He was elected to the presidency of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, managed to rejuvenate the image of the old Institutional Revolutionary Party. Special Envoy to Mexico City Of the eight o'clock Sunday
A recent poll results have declared PRI the victorious party for the 2012 elections. The results showed a wide margin of PRI amid its competitors. Manuel Lopez Obrador of the Democratic Revolution Party (
Elba Esther Gordillo, the 67-year-old "president for life" of the national teachers union in Mexico, rarely ventures out in public without designer outfits and handbags from Chanel, Prada, Louis Vuitton and Hermes. She flaunts wealth and power, and
Mexico's presidential candidates have wrapped up their campaigns with huge rallies ahead of Sunday's election. Front-runner Enrique Pena Nieto appeared in Toluca, while his nearest rival Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador addressed supporters in Mexico City.
Story Mexican President Felipe Calderon talks to the media in Los Cabos June 16, 2012 Reuters video Patricia Manzanares Ochoa shows a picture of her son Juan Hernandez, a police officer who disappeared from a police station in February 2011 in Nuevo
Mexicans will elect a new president on Sunday, and the three primary candidates are Enrique Peña Nieto of the PRI Party, the populist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, and Josefina Vazquez Mota of PAN Party. Even though Mota is the
Yet some policy glimpses have emerged, particularly in the security realm. All the candidates have pledged a major shift, making violence reduction a priority over President Felipe Calderon's war on narcotraffickers, which has been carried out with U.