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Photo by LaRobinJud, June 10, 2012, Mexico City.
By: INGRID ROJAS
Univision’s Maria Elena Salinas, who spent time with members of the student movement and spoke with political analysts about its future, says despite its existence beyond the elections, #YoSoy132 mobilized an entire voting block and shook the elections. But there’s a high chance that the movement will fizzle out after the elections and when students return to classes in the fall.
Enrique Peña Nieto and his party the PRI, are expected to win big. But it ain’t over ‘til the fat lady has sung.
By MANUEL RUEDA
Mexico will hold presidential elections this Sunday. Here are some things you might want to know.
1. A dinosaur might return
The PRI, a party that some people here compare to dinosaurs, because of its long time in Mexican politics, is likely to return to power, with its Presidential candidate Enrique Peña Nieto. The PRI says it has changed, and is no longer the authoritarian party that ruled Mexico form the 1930s to the year 2000 through a mixture of “consent, co-option, corruption and cohersion.”
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