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Enrique Peña Nieto: The Future President Of Mexico

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“In the Mexico we want; there is no room for corruption, for cover-ups, and least of all for impunity.” On December 1 2012, in the country of Mexico, a new president entered the office. Upon being inaugurated, Enrique Peña Nieto vowed to increase welfare in Mexico as well as terminate drug cartels throughout the country. Although well-known for divulging scandalous confessions, the current president of Mexico has had both positive and negative influences on the citizens of the Spanish-speaking country, from his meritorious effort at capturing notorious drug dealer “El Chapo”, to the unmitigated crowds protesting his negligence when 43 students go missing.
The future president of Mexico was born on July 20 1966 In Atlacomulco. He was born
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While studying law, he became affiliated with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), Mexico’s top political party. He worked as a delegate for the Organization and Citizen Front (OCF) and also as the chief of staff for the Secretary of Economic Development. After being administration secretary for Mexico (2000-2002) and congressman (2003-2004), he ran for governor and was sworn in on February 12, 2005. Incidentally, he ran for president in 2012, and won with 38% of the vote. His largest contributions as president of Mexico have been the reduction of drug cartels and the deregulation of Mexico’s energy industry. As a matter of fact, Peña Nieto was widely acknowledged for sending a team of skilled Mexican marines to capture the infamous drug dealer, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera. Ironically, the flagrant criminal somehow managed to escape from the maximum-security prison he was being held at, undermining the inadequacy of Peña Nieto’s presidency. Despite his continual efforts to reduce drug cartels, illegal drug dealing continues to be a disruptive problem in Mexico. His approval ratings are lower than Donald Trump’s, and many Mexican citizens consider him to be a corrupt
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