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  1. Mexico ruling party well behind upstart leftist in voter pollRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 23 | Reuters

    Mexico's ruling party is running in third place with less than a year to go before the next presidential election, well behind the new party of leftist hopeful Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, an opinion poll showed on Sunday. Excluding undecided voters, support for President Enrique Pena Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party stood at 17 percent, 11 percentage points behind the top choice, Lopez Obrador's National Regeneration Movement , with 28 percent, the poll by newspaper Reforma showed.

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  2. Mexico Left Party Morena Rejects 'Traditionalist' Alliance For 2018 ElectionRead the original story

    Jun 12, 2017 | Malaysian National News Agency

    ... Institutional Revolutionary Party or PRI, the National Action Party or PAN, and the Party of the Democratic Revolution or PRD. The leader also said he would not align his party with the smaller Green, Citizens Movement, New Alliance and Social ...

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  3. Mexico leftist party says will not join other parties in presidential runRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2017 | Reuters

    Mexico's leftist National Regeneration Movement party chief Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador ruled out on Sunday aligning with other traditional political parties in the run-up to the 2018 presidential elections. "Those who associate themselves and deal with the mafia of power are nothing more than opportunist mercenaries and politicians ... as such we can't move forward with those parties," Lopez Obrador said in a speech to MORENA party members and supporters in Mexico City.

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  4. The bogeyman of MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2017 | The Economist

    IN RECENT months the fluctuation of the Mexican peso against the dollar has resembled an electrocardiogram during a panic attack. The currency fell some 15% after the victory of Donald Trump, who promised to scrap the North American Free-Trade Agreement linking Mexico, the United States and Canada.

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  5. Mexico's Fiery Populist May Need to Tone It Down to Win in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2017 | Bloomberg

    The movement he founded just three years ago came close to unseating the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party in its heartland: President Enrique Pena Nieto's home state of Mexico. Yet coming up three percentage points short left Lopez Obrador's Morena party with none of the nation's 31 governor's offices and no access to potential funding that such power provides for national campaigns.

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  6. Mexico election loss masks strength of leftist challengerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2017 | Reuters

    Delfina Gomez of the National Regeneration Movement , candidate for the governor of the State of Mexico, hold hands with to Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, leader of during her electoral campaign in Metepec, State of Mexico, Mexico May 16, 2017. Mexico's ruling party may have won a bruising electoral battle with its leftist arch-enemy at the weekend, but the narrow victory showed how momentum has swung behind him in the run-up to next year's presidential race.

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  7. Two Candidates Declare Victory in Mexico State ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2017 | The Atlantic

    ... in 2006. He is a far-leftist candidate-so much so that in 2014 he quit the left-leaning Party of the Democratic Revolution to form MORENA. He has also been called a populist whose policies could hurt the economy. After narrowly losing the 2006 ...

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  8. In Mexico's biggest state, the country's dominant party is trying to stave off the political abyssRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2017 | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... often viewed as a populist with nationalist leanings who broke from the center-left Party of the Democratic Revolution after his 2012 loss to PeA a Nieto. In the weeks leading up to the vote, he has inveighed against the PRI and its figurehead. ...

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  9. L pez Obrador's Morena look to turn tide on ruling party's home turfRead the original story

    Jun 2, 2017 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Walk through the town of Atlacomulco and you're quite likely to bump into a relative of a Mexican president or a schoolmate of a state governor, possibly on a street named after one. The hometown of so many big shots from the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party has also been the safest of safe seats - until now.

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  10. In Mexico's biggest state, the country's dominant party is trying to stave off the political abyssRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2017 | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... often viewed as a populist with nationalist leanings who broke from the center-left Party of the Democratic Revolution after his 2012 loss to PeA a Nieto. In the weeks leading up to the vote, he has inveighed against the PRI and its figurehead. ...

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  11. Mexico's ruling party battles leftist nemesis in key state voteRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2017 | The Peninsula

    ... kes the state a game-changer, said Fernando Belaunzaran, a politician in the center-left Party of the Democratic Revolution and trenchant Lopez Obrador critic, who nonetheless argues a MORENA triumph is preferable to the PRI.

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  12. Mexico opposition leaders eye possible election tie-up in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2017 | Reuters

    The leaders of two of Mexico's main opposition parties on Saturday floated the possibility of joining forces in the 2018 presidential elections to defeat the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party of President Enrique Pena Nieto. The proposal by the heads of the center-right National Action Party and center-left Party of the Democratic Revolution could make it harder for the embattled centrist PRI to retain control of the presidency next year.

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  13. Revealed: Leader of Mexico's leftist party owns $1M Miami propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2017 | Spero News

    Like many wealthy and influential people of Latin America, Alejandra Barrales of Mexico owned real estate in Miami. A reporter for Univision television discovered that she owns an apartment in Miami worth approximately $990,000.

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  14. Condo confidential: Mexican politician didna t disclose $990K Miami purchaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2017 | The Miami Herald

    Alejandra Barrales, the leader of a major Mexican opposition party, paid $990,000 for a condo in Sunny Isles Beach last year, Miami-Dade County property records show - but she doesn't appear to have disclosed the expensive purchase to Mexican voters. The luxury, two-bedroom condo is located in a twin-tower development called 400 Sunny Isles that offers views of Oleta State Park, Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean.

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  15. Trump is the opportunity Mexico has been waiting forRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2017 | Dallas Morning News

    In late January, when Mexican cabinet ministers were about to depart for Washington to meet with a group from the Trump administration, a curious thing happened. Politicians from the two main opposition parties, ordinarily the government's bitterest critics, met with the officials to publicly offer their support.

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  16. Mexican Governor Declares 'First Victory' in 'Wall War' With TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2017 | News Max

    Days after President Trump's budget included a line item for $2.6 billion in U.S. tax dollars to build a wall across the Mexican border, the head of the National Conference of Governors of Mexico on Saturday declared a "first victory" in his country's opposition to the wall long promised by Trump. That "first victory" is Trump now asking American taxpayers to fund the wall and not offering any plan to make good on his signature campaign promise to "make Mexico pay for it," Graco RamA rez, governor of the Mexican state of Morelos, told Newsmax.

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  17. Mexico City's Mayor to Decide on Presidential Run by Year's EndRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Bloomberg

    Miguel Angel Mancera, mayor of Mexico City, listens during the Banorte Mexico Strategy Forum in Mexico City on Aug. 26, 2015. Mexico City's mayor plans to decide by the end of the year whether to run for president in 2018, saying his decision will depend on the support of "the people" and the potential for a broad citizens' movement.

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  18. Mexican Governor Warns Trump's 'Wall Talk' Will Lead to Far Left President of MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2017 | News Max

    The head of the National Conference of Governors of Mexico spelled out to Newsmax Saturday how he was trying to mobilize opposition among U.S. politicians to President Trump's wall along the border of the two countries. Governor Graco RamA rez of the Mexican state of Morelos, also warned that Trump's hardline rhetoric about the wall and illegal immigrants in general could enable the election of leftist AndrA s Manuel LA3pez Obrador as president of Mexico in 2018.

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  19. Homeland Security head says military will not be used for mass deportationsRead the original story

    Feb 25, 2017 | The Oak Ridge Observer

    And the president didn't ease those tensions when he described his deportation plan as a "military operation" in a meeting with manufacturing executives Thursday morning . Speaking at the White House earlier in the day, Trump called the roundup of criminal aliens "a military operation".

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  20. Mexico presidential frontrunner might block energy contractsRead the original story

    Feb 24, 2017 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Mexican presiidential hopeful Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador might halt new oil and gas privatisation contracts and would review existing ones if he won the 2018 election, a top adviser said, in a sign the leftist could try to freeze country's energy market reform. Lpez Obrador, frontrunner in polls for the 2018 race, fought the overhaul of Mexico's state-run energy sector by the current government, saying the move to open the industry to private producers was anti-constitutional.

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