A new government regime in Mexico could bring changes to the warring drug cartels and the violence that’s erupted from them, two area experts said as the end of President Felipe Calderón’s reign closes a chapter that left deep scars on the El Paso-Juárez border region.

Phil Jordan, former director of the El Paso Intelligence Center, and Carlos Spector, a lawyer who has represented Mexican citizens who fled their country, said they believe the violence may not be over.

via Experts fear new wave of violence in Mexico: President Felipe Calderón’s exit creates lull before ‘next narco storm’ – El Paso Times.