Mexico's Former Ruling Party Voted Back To Office

Enrique Pena Nieto

MEXICO CITY (AP) -- The party that ruled Mexico with an iron grip for most of the last century has sailed back into power, promising a government that will be modern, responsible and open to criticism....

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