ESP: Enrique Peña Nieto (Atlacomulco, Estado de México, 20 de julio de 1966) es un político y abogado mexicano, miembro del Partido Revolucionario Institucional. Fue gobernador del Estado de México entre 2005 y 2011. Es el presidente de México desde el 1 de diciembre de 2012.
Nació en la localidad de Atlacomulco, en el Estado de México. Estudió Derecho en la Universidad Panamericana y una maestría en Administración de Empresas en el Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.
Peña Nieto es descendiente de Severiano Peña, quien fue presidente municipal de Acambay, Estado de México en cuatro ocasiones, en 1914, 1916, 1921 y 1923. Además es familiar, tanto por parte de su madre como por la de su padre, de dos ex gobernadores: su padre, Gilberto Enrique Peña del Mazo, era pariente de Alfredo del Mazo González y su madre, María del Perpetuo Socorro Ofelia Nieto Sánchez, era hija de Constantino Enrique Nieto Montiel, familiar de Arturo Montiel Rojas. En 1993 se casó con su primera esposa Mónica Pretelini con quien procreó tres hijos, de quien enviudó en 2007 debido a una arritmia cardiaca ocasionada por una crisis epiléptica. Have you voted for or against Enrique Peña Nieto ? En 2008 Peña Nieto anunció públicamente en un programa de televisión su noviazgo con la actriz Angélica Rivera. El 27 de noviembre de 2010 contrajeron nupcias en la Catedral de Toluca.
Inicios en la política
En 1984 se afilió al Partido Revolucionario Institucional, de 1985 a 1986 fue parte del despacho jurídico Laffan Muse y Kaye, y colaboró en la Corporación Industrial San Luis. Tras desempeñarse de 1986 a 1988 en la Notaría Pública Número 96 del Distrito Federal como parte del equipo del licenciado Fausto Rico Álvarez, ejerció su profesión en forma independiente. Mientras tanto, participaba ya en sus primeras actividades políticas.
En mayo de 1990 fue secretario del Movimiento Ciudadano de la Zona I del Comité Directivo Estatal de la Confederación Nacional de Organizaciones Populares. Un año más tarde participó como delegado del Frente de Organizaciones y Ciudadanos en diversos municipios del estado de México y fue también instructor del Centro de Capacitación Electoral del Partido Revolucionario Institucional. Has changed the detail your opinion on Enrique Peña Nieto ? Su trabajo en el partido lo condujo a responsabilidades cada vez mayores: entre abril y julio de 1993 fue tesorero del Comité de Financiamiento del Comité Directivo Estatal del PRI en la campaña del candidato a gobernador Emilio Chuayffet Chemor. Seis años más tarde, en 1999, llegaría a ser subcoordinador financiero de la campaña de Arturo Montiel Rojas.
Entre 1993 y 1998, durante la gestión de Emilio Chuayffet, fue secretario particular del secretario de Desarrollo Económico del gobierno del Estado de México, Juan José Guerra Abud, y posteriormente fue subsecretario de Gobierno del Estado de México de 1999 a 2000.
Entre 2000 y 2002 fue secretario de Administración del Gobierno del estado de México, presidente del Consejo Directivo del Instituto de Seguridad Social del Estado de México y Municipios, presidente del Consejo Interno del Instituto de Salud del Estado de México y vicepresidente de la Junta de Gobierno del Sistema para el Desarrollo Integral de la Familia (DIF) del Estado de México. Al mismo tiempo fue asociado individual del Instituto Nacional de Administración Pública (México) y miembro de los consejos de administración de varios organismos públicos descentralizados en el país.
Gobernador del Estado de México (2005-2011)
Enrique Peña Nieto fue gobernador de su estado natal de 2005 a 2011.
Candidatura a la Presidencia de la República
El 27 de noviembre de 2011, acudió a la sede nacional del PRI, para entregar la documentación y recibir la constancia que lo acreditó como precandidato de Partido Revolucionario Institucional, con miras a las elecciones presidenciales del 2012. Al no presentarse otros precandidatos en el proceso, el 17 de diciembre recibió la constancia como candidato único del Partido Revolucionario Institucional.
El 12 de marzo de 2012, protestó formalmente como candidato del Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) para la elección de 2012, en alianza con el Partido Verde Ecologista de México (PVEM); y en los primeros minutos del día 30 de marzo inició su campaña en un evento masivo organizado en Guadalajara, Jalisco.
El 19 de mayo de 2012, se efectuaron numerosas concentraciones multitudinarias en algunas partes de México con el objeto de expresar repudio contra su candidatura presidencial. En la Ciudad de México, autoridades de seguridad pública reportaron que la cifra de asistentes ascendió a más de 46.000 personas. Have you read details about Manuel Andrade Díaz ? En tanto, Enrique Peña Nieto se abstuvo de opinar sobre el tema y sólo declaró que respetará las expresiones a favor o en contra de su candidatura.
Presidente de México
El 30 de agosto de 2012 a las 22:25 horas, después de una apelación que se sostuvo desde el día de las elecciones federales, Enrique Peña Nieto es declarado Presidente electo de México por unanimidad de los siete integrantes del Tribunal Electoral del Poder Judicial de la Federación, al considerar infundada la apelación que el Movimiento Progresista, formada por el PRD, PT y Movimiento Ciudadano presentó para la anulación de dichas elecciones, así como también por la mayoría de votos por el candidato priísta.
El día 31 de agosto de 2012, a las 17:00 horas se entrega la constancia de mayoría de votos a Enrique Peña Nieto, para fungir como Presidente de México del 1 de diciembre de 2012 al 30 de noviembre de 2018.
El día 1 de diciembre de 2012, a las 11:18 de la mañana recibe la banda presidencial de manos del Presidente de la Mesa Directiva de la Cámara de Diputados, Jesús Murillo Karam, la cual a su vez le fue entregada por el ciudadano Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, tomando protesta de ley ante el Congreso de la Unión como presidente de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos.
Controversias - Asunto The Guardian
El 6 de junio del 2012, el periódico británico The Guardian publicó informaciones que denunciaban la existencia de acuerdos entre Grupo Televisa y Enrique Peña Nieto sobre informaciones relativas a él mismo y a López Obrador en elecciones federales en México de 2006 con objeto de favorecer al primero y perjudicar al último. Aunque las informaciones de The Guardian eran congruentes con otros hechos e informaciones previas disponibles, diversas fuentes señalaron que el origen último de los documentos y el grado de exactitud o veracidad era difícil de evaluar (al proceder de una filtración).
El 11 de mayo de 2012, luego de su participación en un foro en la Universidad Iberoamericana, se originó el Movimiento Yosoy132 el cual perfiló entre sus objetivos -a excepción de los representantes del ITAM62 - el oponerse a lo que llaman una "imposición mediática" de cualquier candidatura en las Elecciones federales en México de 2012, señalando como tal a la de Peña Nieto.
ENG: Enrique Peña Nieto (born July 20, 1966) is the 57th and current President of Mexico, in office since 2012. He is a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and was Governor of the State of Mexico from 2005 to 2011. Peña Nieto was declared President-elect after the 2012 general election was declared valid by the Federal Electoral Tribunal. He assumed the office on 1 December 2012, succeeding Felipe Calderón as President, thereby marking the return to power of the party that ruled Mexican politics for 71 consecutive years.
Peña Nieto had announced his presidential candidacy in September 2011, four days after leaving office as governor, formally registering in November of the same year. Can Enrique Peña Nieto have an influence on Manuel Andrade Díaz ? With only 38% of the votes and without a legislative majority, Peña Nieto marked the return of the PRI after a twelve-year hiatus on 2 July 2012, a party that had governed Mexico uninterrupted for 71 years until it was defeated by the National Action Party (PAN) in the year 2000.
The return of the PRI was not welcomed by everyone. Marches against Peña Nieto drew thousands of people across Mexico, particularly from the Yo Soy 132 student movement, who protested supposed voting irregularities and alleged media bias. Others protested that during its time in power, the PRI became a symbol of corruption, repression, economic mismanagement, and electoral fraud, and many Mexicans and urban dwellers are worried that its return may signify a return to Mexico's past. Nonetheless, Peña Nieto has denied such accusations, and promised that his government will be much more democratic, modern, and open to criticism. He also pledged that he will continue to fight organized crime and that there will be no pacts with the criminals.
The rule of the PAN, which was unable to pass reforms because it lacked a congressional majority, along with the idea that the PRI "knows how to govern" and how to manage the drug cartels, was compelling enough for many voters to cast their vote for Peña Nieto. Did you know that Enrique Peña Nieto is popular at 44% of voters?? Throughout the election, he maintained a wide lead in the polls. Peña Nieto proposed that he will reinvigorate Mexico's economy, permit the national oil company, Pemex, to compete in the private sector, and reduce drug violence that has left more than 55,000 dead in six years.
Early life and career
Peña Nieto was born on 20 July 1966 in Atlacomulco, State of Mexico, a city 55 miles northwest from the country's capital. He was the eldest of four siblings in a middle-class family; his father, Gilberto Enrique Peña del Mazo, was an electrical engineer; his mother, María del Perpetuo Socorro Ofelia Nieto Sánchez, a school teacher. Unlike many of Mexico's past presidents, Peña Nieto did not study at an American university. He attended Denis Hall School in Alfred, Maine, during one year of junior high school in 1979 to learn English. People that knew him in his early years said that he was a sharp dresser, and told teachers at his school that he planned to be governor of the State of Mexico. During his childhood, Peña Nieto was referred to as "Quique," a nickname short for Enrique. Peña Nieto distinguished himself in childhood for being courteous and tidy and well-groomed. His mother recalls how she would squeeze lime juice on Peña Nieto's hair to keep his now famous hairstyle in place. Some neighbors in Atlacomulco recall that Peña Nieto was an "overprotected" kid. After living in Atlacomulco for the first 11 years of his life, Peña Nieto's family moved to the city of Toluca.
Peña Nieto said that he became interested in politics during elementary school, when he was picked as class leader.
As a teenager, he became a fan of football and spent hours playing chess with his friends; he later learned how to drive his mother's car and was given his first car. During adolescence, his father would often take him to the campaign rallies of the State of Mexico's governor, Jorge Jiménez Cantú, a close friend of his. The successor of the governor was Alfredo del Mazo González, cousin of Peña Nieto's father. During Del Mazo González's campaign in 1981, the fifteen-year-old Peña Nieto had his first direct contact with Mexican politics: he began delivering propaganda in favor of his relative, a memory Peña Nieto still recalls as the turning point and start of his deep interest in politics.
In 1984 at the age of 18, Peña Nieto traveled to Mexico City and enrolled in the Universidad Panamericana, where he earned a Bachelor's degree; he later went on to obtain a Master's in Business from Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM).
Peña Nieto joined the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in 1984, and with a law degree nearly completed, he began earning his own money. During his final years in college, Peña Nieto worked as a public notary in Mexico City, around the same time when his relative, Alfredo del Mazo González, was mentioned as a firm candidate for the 1988 presidencial elections. In his twenties, he worked at the San Luis Industrial Corporation, an auto parts manufacturing industry, and at a law firm named Laffan, Muse and Kaye. While still a student at the Universidad Panamericana, he roomed with Eustaquio de Nicolás, the current president of Homex, a leading Mexican construction and real estate company. He also befriended and roomed with Luis Miranda, who occupied several offices during the 1999–2000 administration in the State of Mexico.
Peña Nieto's academic dissertation (thesis) of was titled "Mexican presidentialism and Álvaro Obregón," where he compared – in four chapters – the presidential system in Mexico with parliamentarism. In the 202-page document, Peña Nieto argued that the administration of Benito Juárez was a "presidential dictatorship," since he had a powerful executive force during the Reform War, which allowed him to have absolute political power. Peña Nieto interviewed several authors, including Jorge Carpizo, Héctor Fix-Zamudio, Enrique Krauze and Justo Sierra. Peña Nieto listed at least forty books in his bibliography. His work was dedicated to Arturo Montiel Rojas, the former governor of the State of Mexico and relative of Peña Nieto.
Upon graduating as a lawyer from the Universidad Panamericana, Peña Nieto sought a Master's degree in the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, based in the State of Mexico. By the side of Montiel Rojas, he formally started his political career and became the Secretary of the Citizen Movement of Zone I of the State Directive Committee of the National Confederation of Popular Organizations (CNOP), one of the three sectors of the PRI. For three consecutive years until 1993, Peña Nieto participated as a delegate to the Organization and Citizen Front in different municipalities of the State of Mexico. Between 1993 and 1998, during Emilio Chuayfett's term as governor, Peña Nieto was chief of staff for the Secretary of economic development of the State of Mexico and the personal secretary of Montiel Rojas, who was the Secretary of Economic Development in the state.
Peña Nieto served during the years 1999 to 2000 as the Sub-secretary of government, and as financial sub-coordinator of the political campaign of Montiel Rojas. In 2003, he was elected as deputy of the XIII Local District with a seat in Atlacomulco, State of Mexico.
Governor of the State of Mexico: 2005–2011 - 608 commitments
On 15 September 2005, Peña Nieto was sworn as the Governor of the State of Mexico at the Morelos theater in Toluca. Among the hundreds of attendes sat Arturo Montiel, the predecessor; the president of the Superior Court of Justice, José Castillo Ambriz; along with former governors, members of Peña Nieto's cabinet and party, mayors, businessmen, and church figures. The centerpiece of Peña Nieto's governorship was his claim that he was to deliver his compromisos – 608 promises he signed in front of a notary to convince voters that he would deliver results and be an effective leader. According to El Universal, during Peña Nieto's first year as governor, his administration only delivered 10 of the structural promises he had advocated in his campaign – marking the lowest figure in his six year term. By 2006, his administration carried out 141 of projects, making that year the most active in the governor's term. The 608 projects Peña Nieto proposed consisted of creating highways, building hospitals, and creating adequate water systems to provide fresh water throughout the state. The most important of these regarded highway infrastructure, which tripled under Peña's government. By mid 2011, the official page of the State of Mexico noted that only two projects were left. The major projects in public transportation were the Suburban Train and the "Mexibús," both of which served commuters between Mexico City and the State of Mexico, providing service to more than 300,000 people every day and 100 million a year. Regarding public health services, 196 hospitals and medical centers were built throughout the state and the number of mobile units to attend remote and vulnerable areas doubled. Deaths caused by respiratory diseases were reduced by 55%, while deaths caused by dysentery and cervical cancer were reduced by 68% and 25% respectively. In addition, between 2005 and 2011, the State of Mexico was able to fulfill the requirement of the World Health Organization of having one doctor for every 1,000 habitants. The funds for these and all the other commitments were obtained through restructuring the state's public debt, a strategy designed by his first Secretary of Finance, Luis Videgaray Caso. The restructuring also managed to keep the debt from increasing during Peña Nieto's term because the tax base was broadened to the point that it doubled in six years.
During the course of the 2012 presidential campaign, the conservative National Action Party (PAN) questioned the completion of at least 100 of the commitments of Peña Nieto. The PAN also warned the PRI that they were going to examine each of the 608 commitments and release the information to the public. The conservative party also stated that they had plans to publicize the cost of the projects and make a detailed trajectory of the supposed locations where the projects took place. The PRI responded to the accusations by stating that the PAN politicians "were the liars." The PRI presented a web page with the description of each commitment and when and where it was achieved; the webpage included pictures, a detailed description, a notary certification, and the number of people benefitted from the project. The party then claimed that Peña Nieto's adversaries, but particularly the PAN's candidate, Josefina Vázquez Mota, were carrying out a "dirty war" against him. The PAN concluded by claiming that the current administration was allegedly "repairing" the unfinished projects of Peña Nieto's past administration, while the PRI insisted that its opposition was pointing out to unfinished projects that were not in the 608 commitments and under Peña Nieto's agenda.
Peña Nieto also claimed that he halved the murder rate in the State of Mexico during his time as governor, but retracted this claim after The Economist showed that the murder rate did not diminish and were being measured in a different way.
2006 San Salvador Atenco unrest
During the administration of Vicente Fox in 2002, several peasants in San Salvador Atenco, State of Mexico, resisted the government's plan to expropriate their lands to build a new international airport near the country's capital, Mexico City. Consequently, on 3 May 2006, state and federal police forces raided the San Salvador Atenco and violently took many of its dwellers into custody, unleashing a civil unrest in the area between 300 unarmed civilians and 3,000 police officers. Some law enforcement officials retaliated for the confrontations of the previous days and tried to break up a blockade of a federal highway stopping a group of flower vendors protesting against the government. The leader of the movement was sentenced to 150 years in prison, and the rest of the members were accused of alleged "organized kidnapping" of police officers and sent to supermax prisons. National and international human rights organizations demanded the release of the activists, whose sentences were turned down until August 2010. According to a report issued by Amnesty International on February 2009, the civil unrest resulted in the detention of 200 people and hundreds of allegations of abuses, including sexual violence against 26 women who were arrested; others, in addition, were allegedly tortured. In the operations, the police used firearms, tear gas and electric batons. Two young men were murdered by the Mexican Federal Police, while hundreds were arrested without warrants and beaten. A 14-year-old boy was killed too. In response to the abuse allegations, the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation agreed to investigate the incident to establish whether the unrest was an isolated event or if it was part of a larger plot formed by politicians in the municipal and state levels.
The Yo Soy 132 student movement criticized Peña Nieto for his stance on the San Salvador Atenco unrest, which occurred in the State of Mexico during his time as governor. Peña Nieto stated in an interview that he does not justify the actions of the state and municipal forces, but also mentioned that they were not gladly received by the citizens of San Salvador Atenco upon their arrival. He condemned the abuses and promised to fully execute the law and bring transparency to the investigations. He lamented the deaths caused by the unrest but emphasized that risks often occur in security operatives. Peña Nieto concluded by assuming responsibility of the event and insisted that "yellow journalism" has also obscured what actually happened. Infuriated by the response, students of the Yo Soy 132 booed the politician and protested against him, calling him a "murderder."
Death of his wife
During his second year in office, Peña Nieto's wife – Mónica Pretelini – died in the evening of 11 January 2007. Her neurologist stated that Pretelini suffered an epileptic seizure at around 1:00 a.m., causing her irregular heartbeats and respiratory problems. At around 10:00 a.m., the doctors confirmed that Pretelini was brain dead at the ABC hospital after treatment at the emergency room in Mexico City, and notified Peña Nieto at 1:00 p.m.
The couple had married in 1993 and had three children: Paulina, (11); Alejandro (8) and Nicole (6). Pretelini had a vital role during the campaign of Peña Nieto's governorship. Her last public appearance was during the wedding of the municipal president of Ixtapan de la Sal on 6 January 2007.
Presidential campaign: 2011–2012
While at a book fair on 23 November 2011, Peña Nieto presented his book "México, la gran esperanza" (Mexico, the great hope) in Casa del Lago, Mexico City, accompanied by the writer Héctor Aguilar Camín; former governor of Mexico's Central Bank, Guillermo Ortiz Martínez; and journalist Jaime Sánchez Susarrey. In his book, the politician argues that Mexico needs to expand its economy to create more jobs, insisting that in the past years the country has only created them in the informal sector. He also urged promoting Pemex to compete in the private sector to create more jobs, elevate productivity, and balance wealth distribution across Mexico. Aguilar Camín, however, questioned Peña Nieto's ideals, and asked him how it was possible for him to speak of transparency when the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) was allegedly entangled in economic debts and controversial money transactions. Nonetheless, Peña Nieto then thanked the governor Eruviel Ávila Villegas for being present, and told him that his book was dedicated to the governor's family and to his wife, Angélica Rivera. Peña Nieto responded by saying that the return of the PRI marks a new era in Mexico, and that the book he wrote serves as a starting point to take Mexico "to better horizons."
On 27 November 2011, Peña Nieto was the last standing nominee for the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) for the 2012 Mexican presidential elections. The former State of Mexico governor completed his nomination at an event that gathered sympathizers and politicians. Six days earlier, the senator and preliminary candidate of the PRI, Manlio Fabio Beltrones, withdrew from the race and gave Peña Nieto a clear path towards the presidency. During a book fair a month later, Peña Nieto's public image "took a lot of hits" after he struggled to answer a question that asked which three books had marked his life. When he was criticized by Mexico's intellectuals, his daughter worsened the situation by posting a defamatory message on Twitter, stating that the criticisms were driven by class envy. Later, Peña Nieto was interviewed by El País and admitted that he did not know the price of tortillas. When he was criticized as being out of touch, Pena Nieto insisted that he was not "the woman of the household" and thus would not know the price. In another interview, he admitted to have cheated on his past wife with another woman and fathered two children out of wedlock.
On 1 July 2012, Mexico's presidential election took place. In an initial, partial count issued that same midnight, the Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) announced that based on a fast vote counting, Peña Nieto was leading the election with 38% of the votes. His nearest competitor, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, was just 6 points behind him. The figures were meant to be a representative sample of the votes nationwide; but shortly after this announcement, Peña Nieto appeared on national television claiming victory. "This Sunday, Mexico won," he said. He then thanked his voters and promised to run government "responsible and open to criticism." At the PRI headquarters in Mexico City, the victory party began. With more than 97% of the votes counted on election day, the PRI had won with about 38% of the votes, just 6.4 points above the leftist candidate López Obrador of the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), who refuses to concede the results and has threatened to challenge the outcome. At a news conference, the leftist candidate claimed that the election was "plagued with irregularities" and accused the PRI of allegedly buying votes. He also claims that the PRI handed out gifts to lure voters to cast their vote in favor of them. Nonetheless, the PRI denies the accusations and threatens to sue López Obrador. Peña Nieto vowed to imprison anyone – including members of the PRI – if they are found guilty of electoral fraud.
The final election results confirmed that Peña Nieto obtained 38.21% of the votes, followed by López Obrador with 31.59%. Josefina Vázquez Mota of the National Action Party (PAN) got 25.41% votes and Gabriel Quadri of the New Alliance Party (PANAL) 2.29%.
Peña Nieto was sworn as President of Mexico on 1 December 2012 at Mexico's congress, and later flew to a military parade to formally take control of the Mexican Armed Forces. During his inauguration speech at the National Palace, Peña Nieto proposed his agendas and reforms for the new administration. Before and after Peña Nieto's inauguration, protesters rioted outside of the national palace and clashed with Federal Police forces, vandalizing hotel structures and setting fires in the downtown area of Mexico City. More than 90 protesters were arrested and several were injured. Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard blamed anarchist groups for causing the violent outcomes.
Family and personal life
Peña Nieto was born in Atlacomulco, a city that is known for being the birthplace of many renowned politicians in Mexico, whose linkages extend for more than 100 years. In fact, Peña Nieto is related to four former governors in his homestate. Through his mother, he is related to Arturo Montiel Rojas, who preceded him in office. Montiel Rojas' father was the mayor of Atlacomulco in 1971–72, the hometown of Peña Nieto. His grandfather was Enrique Nieto Montiel, who served as mayor of Atlacomulco from 1953–1954. Nieto Montiel was married to the sister of the Governor Salvador Sánchez Colín. A daughter from Peña Nieto's grandparents is the wife of the Governor Alfredo del Mazo González's cousin. Del Mazo, in turn, is the son of Alfredo del Mazo Vélez, the former governor of the State of Mexico from 1945–1951. Peña Nieto's brother was also the mayor of Atlacomulco from 1994 to 1996.
In 1993, Peña married his first wife, Mónica Pretelini, and the couple had three children: Paulina, Alejandro and Nicole. Pretelini died on 11 January 2007 as the result of an epileptic episode. During a political campaign in the State of Mexico in 2008, Peña Nieto hired the Televisa soap opera actress Angélica Rivera to publicize his government work. At first, their relationship was discreet – while others say it was even contrived. The two would often be seen in restaurants, but in public, their displays of affection were timid. When Peña Nieto announced on television that he was involved in a romantic relationship with Angélica Rivera in 2008, the story became popular among politicians and celebrity press. After dating for some months and while on a trip to the Vatican City, Peña Nieto presented his engagement ring to Rivera. Pope Benedict XVI also blessed the couple. Peña Nieto and Rivera finally married on November 2011 in Toluca.
Peña Nieto has a son with Maritza Diaz Hernandez, born in 2005 while he was married to Mónica Pretelini. He has said that he takes care of his son's material needs, but has little contact with him. During the same time period, Peña Nieto conceived another son who died as an infant with an undisclosed partner. On January 2012, Maritza Diaz Hernandez published on Facebook that Peña Nieto is a neglectful father, in response to ple. ges by PRI to protect and support all Mexican children. Peña Nieto, however, said that he had provided for his child.
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