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Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico
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Federico Estevez, a ...
www.morningjournalnews.com, 10 Nov 2014 [cached]
Federico Estevez, a political science professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, said Pena Nieto's administration is "just being backed into a corner" by repeated scandals.
term as the master of high-level political pacts to pass structural reforms, but made little progress on more chronic problems like corruption and violence.
"The carpet sort of has been pulled out from underneath him," Estevez
Clean and austere: Mexico's next president? | csmonitor.com
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And Mr. López Obrador is all that," says political scientist Federico Estévez of the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, a leading university.
Mexicans choose among diverse candidates Sunday - Newsday.com
www.newsday.com, 2 July 2006 [cached]
"These are two radically different visions of where the country should go, even in its attitude toward the rest of the world," said Federico Estevez, a political analyst at Mexico City's Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico.
For the debate, the PRI has ...
www.finddiscount.org, 26 Oct 2012 [cached]
For the debate, the PRI has managed expectations by doing little to dispel claims that Pena Nieto is "just a pretty boy with an empty head" who relies on a teleprompter, said Federico Estevez, a political scientist at the private ITAM University.
"Which means that heading into the debate, I think all Pena Nieto has to do is hold his
own," said Estevez
Polls have shown Lopez Obrador closing on Vazquez Mota and the passionate orator could offer some of the liveliest attacks on rivals during the exchanges, said Estevez at ITAM.
Immigration debate seen skirting root cause - Yahoo! News
news.yahoo.com, 29 Mar 2006 [cached]
"Average wages in Mexico will eventually rise enough to hold people here," said Federico Estevez, head of the political science department of ITAM, a leading Mexico City university.