Increasing Decentralization Stirs Disquiet in Mexico

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MEXICO CITY — Lower house lawmakers convened into the wee hours of the Revolution Day long weekend, Nov. 16, to approve the spending portions of Mexico’s 2010 budget, which had been bogged down by demands for increased spending on the beleaguered rural economy from campesino groups linked to the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI). The campesino groups got most of what they asked for, but according to the subsequent media spin, the PRI’s 19 state governors emerged as the real winners in the budget process — the first since the PRI and its ally, the Green Party, won control of the […]

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