A discussion with Michael Reid, Americas Editor of The Economist: “There is no longer a hegemonic single party in Mexico. It now has three main political parties, none of which has a majority. New institutions and rules have not been set up to encourage collaboration, particularly between Congress and the executive, so the process of reform has stopped on the one hand, and on the other hand, because there’s only been partial reform, there is a lot of frustration for many Mexicans about the lack of benefits from that.”
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