Latin America’s New Turbulence: Mexico’s Stalled Reforms

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April 2016
The long-ruling PRI staged a comeback in 2012 behind a young president touting a reformist agenda, but Enrique Peña Nieto’s early successes have been eclipsed by government underperformance and a continued failure to restore public security.

Mexico’s 2012 Elections: The Return of the PRI

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January 2013

In July voting, the PRI regained control of the presidency that it had held for seven decades prior to the year 2000. Is this a “new” PRI, or will it return to its old authoritarian ways?