The Old Guard in a New Mexico

Author: Shannon K. O'Neil, Senior Fellow for Latin America Studies
June 6, 2012
Foreign Affairs

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For decades, the PRI maintained control in Mexico by buying votes, co-opting the opposition, and wielding a repressive hand. Now the party could retake the presidency, but whether the PRI will return to its bad old ways is less important than the fact that Mexico's democratic institutions will hem in whoever is elected.

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