Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Monday, July 02, 2012

President Enriquie Pena Nieto

With few votes yet to count, the PRI has been elected to power once again in Mexico.

Mexico's former ruling party voted back to office
The party that ruled Mexico with a tight grip for most of the last century has sailed back into power, promising a government that will be modern, responsible and open to criticism…

[Pena Nieto] won 38 percent support, about 6 to 7 points more than his nearest rival, with 92 percent of the votes counted, and he went to work immediately to win over the two-thirds who didn't vote for him…

But his top challenger, leftist candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, refused to concede, saying he would await a full count and legal review…

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