Mexico's president may have plagiarized his thesis
President Enrique Peña Nieto filled about 30 percent of his undergraduate law thesis with paragraphs lifted from books, according to a new report. A presidential spokesman dismisses them as "errors of style" from a long time ago.
Mexico's president just apologized for his embarrassing 'White House' scandal
Enrique Peña Nieto said he was asking for forgiveness with “complete humility” for the “damage I caused” through a property deal in which a government contractor built a mansion for the presidential family.
Mexico's Ruling Party Cries 'Witch Hunt' at Landmark Anti-Corruption Bill
The proposal aims to tackle the multitude of corruption scandals swirling around Mexico’s politicians by requiring public officials to upload documentary explanations of their assets, tax returns, and potential conflicts of interests.
Mexicans Outraged — But Not Surprised — After Crony Clears President in 'White House' Scandal
Enrique Peña Nieto tapped a old party hand and confessed “friend” of his finance minister to investigate conflict of interest allegations, which resulted in all parties being cleared of wrongdoing.