Victor or Victim?

Aguilera, Rodrigo Delgado
July 2009
World Today;Jul2009, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p27
This article focuses on the crises in Mexico stemming from the effects of the swine influenza outbreak, drug violence, and economic troubles. President of Mexico Felipe Calderon and his National Action Party may lose support due to the crises in Mexico. Topics include the 2021 presidential election in Mexico and economic forecasts for Mexico.


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