Mexico: Now The Ruling Party Will Crumble Even Faster

Mexican voters broke the Institutional Revolutionary Party's (PRI) seven-decade lock on power in a political earthquake on July 6. By splitting control of Congress between three parties and handing two governorships and the mayorship of Mexico City to opponents at mid-term elections, they projected Mexico into a new, fractious policy era.

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