Jun 26, 2013

Mexico's main leftist party proposes path to oil reform

By Dave Graham
June 25, 2013

From the moment he took office in December, Pena Nieto has had to deny accusations he plans to privatize the company, repeatedly forcing him on the defensive over a reform his government plans to present by September at the latest.

Leading leftist politicians, such as Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the runner-up in the last two Mexican presidential elections, have pledged to oppose the reform vigorously.

Street protests are likely to be launched against the liberalization of Pemex in the coming weeks. Read more. 

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