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With the upcoming July 1 presidential elections, Mexico’s youth is taking a more active role, participating in protests and using social media as their main tool to bring about awareness and change.
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Candidato del Partido Revolucionario Institucional obtuvo el 38,21 % de los votos, mientras que López Obrador, un 31,59 %.
President Felipe Calderon announced the creation of the Instituto Nacional de Geriatria that aims to give medical attention to Mexico’s elderly.
Periodico ubicado en la ciudad de Mexico, Distrito Federal...
Ruben Navarrette says voters are willing to overlook the PRI's legacy of corruption if the party can provide security and prosperity.
The Mexican government's crackdown on drug gangs is a key issue for July's presidential election. So what is the view in the state of Michoacan where President Felipe Calderon launched his war on drugs in 2006?