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POLICY AGENDA: Mexico’s hollow reforms

The real impact of the reforms to the energy and telecommunications sectors, and to the political, electoral, and education systems, will remain low until the so-called enabling laws are enacted. The final destiny of reforms is highly dependent on the next round of legislation. The devil is in the details. A 22-page preamble and two modified constitutional paragraphs – this is what President Enrique Peña Nieto sent to México’s Congress on August 12th, 2013.  After 14 years of failed attempts to reform the struggling energy sector by his predecessors (Zedillo in 1999, Fox in 2002 and Calderón in 2008), the […]
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