Mexico's opposition returns to Peña Nieto reform pact
Mexico's main opposition parties said they would resume talks on sweeping reforms with the government, lifting a cloud over a cross-party pact that is the axis of President Enrique Peña Nieto's economic agenda.
Opposition leaders said they had agreed on new measures with President Enrique Peña Nieto's ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party to preserve the pact, which is aimed at fueling growth.
"Contrary to doubts, the Pact for Mexico is in effect and is being maintained. Work is resuming," Peña Nieto said.