It promises to be a long, rough campaign for the presidency of Mexico. But the main question is - will the people, who turned their back on the Institutional Revolutionary Party which ruled as a one-party state for seven decades until 2000, vote it back into power? asks GIS expert Dr Joseph S. Tulchin.

THE presidential elections in Mexico are less than a year away - the first week of July 2012.

Even at this distance, the campaign is heating up with Mexico’s oldest political party, Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), making an improbable comeback after being on the verge of political collapse ten years ago.

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Dr. Joseph S. Tulchin
The economy is not expected to be a major issue in the campaign. Analysts forecast Mexico’s economy to grow more than four per cent this year and to be emerging from the recession in better shape that the US
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