Briefly World: Mexico could return old ruling party to power

Voters appeared poised to bring the old guard back to power,a dozen years after the former ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party lost the presidential seat it held for seven decades

Written by Agencies | Published: July 2, 2012 3:45 am

Mexico could return old ruling party to power

MEXICO CITY: Voters Sunday appeared poised to bring the old guard back to power,a dozen years after the former ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party lost the presidential seat it held for seven decades. The party,led by former Mexico State Gov. Enrique Pena Nieto,has held a strong lead throughout the campaign.

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