Mexico's Power Shift Challenges Calderón

Less than a decade after losing control of the Mexican presidency following 71 years in power, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) roared back to life in the July 5 midterm elections to become the strongest bloc in Congress, posing a serious challenge to President Felipe Calderón's efforts to dig the country out of the worst recession since 1995.

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