Mexico’s first democratically elected president started his inauguration day breakfasting with homeless children and ended it with fireworks — a festive day meant to usher in a bright new era.Six years later power was handed off in chaos, with a narrow, disputed election spawning fistfights in Congress and a seizure of the podium by leftist lawmakers.via Mexico subdued ahead of former longtime ruling party resuming presidential control Saturday – The Washington Post.
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