By Otto J. Reich and William Perry Source: Fox News Latino With the rest of the world in such potentially dangerous turmoil, we need a stable, cooperative México, as México needs us to pursue an attentive and intelligent policy beyond our southern border On December 1st, Enrique Peña Nieto will [...]
Edgar Morales Perez was shot dead along with his campaign manager, Francisco Hernandez, when gunmen opened fire as they...
Prosecutors in Mexico have formally charged three generals and a lieutenant-colonel with having links to a drug-trafficking...
The US has voiced its concern at how organised crime is targeting Mexican reporters in an attempt to intimidate them...
Enrique Pena Nieto has been confirmed as the winner of Mexico’s presidential election, following a partial recount. With almost every vote counted, Mr Pena Nieto had 38.2%, with second placed Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on 31.5%. While third-placed Josefina Vazquez Mota admitted defeat, Mr Lopez Obrador said he would challenge [...]Read more ›
MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s old guard sailed back into power after a 12-year hiatus Sunday as the official preliminary vote count handed a victory to Enrique Pena Nieto, whose party was long accused of ruling the country through corruption and patronage. The second place candidate, leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, refused [...]Read more ›
Americas Report June 29, 2012 By Luis Fleischman and Nancy Menges On July 1st, Mexicans are going to the polls to elect the next president of Mexico. Twelve years ago, the decade’s long rule of the Revolutionary Institutional party (PRI) came to an end as the candidate of the National [...]Read more ›
Campaiging has ended in Mexico’s presidential election which could see the PRI, the party which ruled for most of the 20th Century, return to power. PRI candidate Enrique Pena Nieto, who has a big lead in the polls, held a final rally in his home state. Rivals Andres Manuel Lopez [...]Read more ›
Three Mexican policemen have been killed in a shootout with two other officers at Mexico City’s main airport. Officials say those shot dead were attempting to arrest the two officers who are suspected of involvement in a cocaine trafficking ring. Passengers dived for cover when the suspected traffickers opened fire, [...]Read more ›
By Mary Anastasia O’Grady Wall Street Journal June 24, 2012 As modern Mexican presidential campaigns go, the one currently under way has been relatively tame. There have been no great destabilizing events like the political assassinations and Marxist uprising of 1994 or the 2006 interference from Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez. Let’s [...]Read more ›