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Can Enrique Peña Nieto save Mexico?

July 5th, 2012
04:54 PM ET

By Lucky Gold, CNN

I am the president

Mexico’s presidential election has yet to be certified, but despite a recount and allegations of vote buying, Enrique Peña Nieto does not hesitate to claim victory.

“I am the president by a decision of the majority of Mexicans,” he said Thursday on Amanpour. “This is a whole process that is very strictly following the law…In the month of September, the electoral tribunal will legally designate me as president.”

When he is confirmed as president, a top priority will be ending the spiral of violence and drug-related crime that have left over fifty thousand dead since 2006. FULL POST

Mexico's presumed president-elect on the economy

July 5th, 2012
03:54 PM ET

Christiane Amanpour speaks with Enrique Peña Nieto, the presumed president-elect of Mexico, about the economic challenges facing his country.


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FULL-LENGTH EDITION: Iran, Gadhafi and the Maldives

July 5th, 2012
11:19 AM ET

Part 1: Tension with Iran and reporting on Libya British Foreign Secretary William Hague talks about the latest diplomatic efforts on Iran, and journalist Lindsey Hilsum talks about the last days of Gadhafi’s regime in Libya. Part 2: The Island President Deposed Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed talks about the coup that removed him from power and his ongoing efforts to combat climate change. Part 3: Freedom is a three-bedroom apartment Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese dissident who escaped house arrest, is now a law student in New York.

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Tension with Iran and reporting on Libya

British Foreign Secretary William Hague talks about the latest diplomatic efforts on Iran.

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The Island President

Deposed Maldives President Mohamed Nasheed talks about the coup that removed him from power.

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Chen Guangcheng's life in New York

Chen Guangcheng, the Chinese dissident who escaped house arrest, is now a law student in New York.

CNN’s Meredith Milstein produced the interview with journalist Lindsey Hilsum for television.


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