Who is the Prime Minister of Mexico?

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nitya singh asked 04-Mar-2018 in History, Politics & Society by nitya singh
Who is the Prime Minister of Mexico?


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Anonymous User answered 05-Mar-2018 by Anonymous User

Well, Mexico does not have any Prime Minister... It is been governed by the President!

Who is the Prime Minister of Mexico?

Enrique Peña Nieto!

Well, more about him would be a treat!
was born on 20th July 1966, some of the time alluded to by his initials EPN, is a Mexican government official filling in as the 57th and current President of Mexico. Taught as a legal advisor, Peña Nieto already served in the State of Mexico as Secretary of Administration (2000– 2002), Representative of the Thirteenth District of the State (2003– 2004), and Governor (2005– 2011).

On 1st of July 2012, he was chosen President by winning 39% of the vote towards his political gathering: the Institutional Revolutionary Party(PRI), in union with the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico (PVEM). The PRI had administered Mexico continuously for a long time until the point when it was crushed by the National Action Party (PAN) in 2000 (Vicente Fox) and 2006 (Felipe Calderón). On 1st of December 2012, after the 12-year rest, the PRI came back to the Mexican administration as Peña Nieto began his govern as President. Challenges against the decision of Peña Nieto drew a huge number of individuals crosswise over Mexico, especially from the Yo Soy 132 understudy development, who protested charged voting anomalies and media predisposition. National and universal honor winning Mexican journalist Carmen Aristegui detailed in 2016 how the Juárez Cartel utilized a progression of shell partnerships to finance Peña Nieto's campaign, and Peña Nieto at that enabled the criminal to utilize government projects to launder cash, and gave a formerly captured cartel mafioso the directorship of another government program apparently to help poor people, however in truth supported the Juarez Cartel.

Who is the Prime Minister of Mexico?

Peña Nieto started his term as President with an endorsement rating of around half, however, the falling estimation of the Mexican peso and drowsy monetary development had made this figure drop to 35% by 2015. Inclined to blunders, Peña Nieto has likewise confronted a few major contentions as President, including the escape of well-known drug master Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán from Altiplano jail in 2015, and allegations that he had appropriated his law school postulation.


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