Apr 17, 2012

Mexico Ruling Party Plays on Corruption Fears in Chase for Votes

Businessweek: "Mexico’s ruling party candidate is stepping up attacks on the presidential front-runner to play on fears of corruption within the once-dominant Institutional Revolutionary Party.

Trailing in the polls, Josefina Vazquez Mota of the National Action Party suggested last week that the PRI, which held power for seven decades until 2000, colluded with drug traffickers. Her campaign has also called the party’s candidate, Enrique Pena Nieto, a liar, saying he didn’t complete public works projects that he’d claimed credit for as a governor." read more

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