Demonstrators clash with police during a protest demanding justice over the disappearance of 43 students (photo: dpa)

Analysts – and voters - wonder whether Mexico will sink any lower

Despite an encouraging start to his term just over two years ago, Enrique Pena Nieto is the only Mexican president in the past 25 years to poll at less than 50 per cent approval with the public. His problems include lower oil prices, inadequate tax revenues, organised crime and corruption. His ratings were exacerbated in September 2014 by the apparent murders of 43 students by a drug gang. Now the experts are asking whether his nation’s economic and political crisis has ‘hit rock bottom’ or will deteriorate further.

THE LEGITIMACY of the entire Mexican government, starting with President Enrique Pena Nieto, ha...

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Professor Raul Benitez-Manaut
A significant factor is that unlike the United States and some other Latin American countries, Mexico has no concept of presidential impeachment in its legislation
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