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What do tensions in the Pact for Mexico mean for EPN’s reform agenda?

Mexico’s energy reform may be on the rocks due to cracks in the Pact for Mexico, say analysts consulted by Latin Business Chronicle. That pact – agreed to by Mexico’s three-largest political parties last year shortly after President Enrique Peña Nieto took office – was created in the interest of promoting the new president’s reform agenda after no party captured a majority in the country’s congress.

While always “a bit forced” and more of “a short-term marriage of convenience,” says Irenea Renuncio, a Senior Associate at Risk Advisory Group, the cooperation between the three parties has already registered some notable successes.

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