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Mexico's state elections to boost reforms

Monday, July 8, 2013


Mexico's opposition conservatives were heading for victory in a regional election early on Monday, likely bolstering a fragile national cross-party pact forged to broker economic reforms.

The focus was on the race for governor in Baja California, a stronghold of the conservative National Action Party, PAN.

A victory for the PAN could prove more useful to President Peña Nieto than a win for his own party if it helps strengthen the political accord he unveiled after taking office in December.


Source: Reuters