Oct 17, 2011

Drug War Politics: Mexican President Accuses Rivals of Planning Deals with Cartels

InSight Crime: "Mexican President Felipe Calderon has struck out against the political opposition, suggesting that members of his largest rival party, the PRI, would consider making deals with criminals if they win the July 2012 presidential elections.

In a weekend interview with the New York Times, the president told the paper that the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) might be willing to reach agreements with organized criminal groups if their likely candidate, Enrique Peña Nieto, wins the upcoming elections." read more

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