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Mexico's PRI Stages a Political Comeback

Monday, Jan. 19, 2009

MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) ended 2008 on a roll.

The party, which had ruled Mexico for 71 years until losing power in 2000, overwhelmingly swept local and legislative elections in five of the six states holding them last year. On the federal level, its federal lawmakers achieved legislative success in a divided Congress by brokering deals on such matters as reforms to the criminal justice system, public security and the petroleum industry. ...

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