Enrique Pena Nieto
Politics and more politics – that’s how you work towards the building of agreements.
Pemex will remain 100 percent Mexican.
Pemex becomes a productive company of the state, but it will have competition and can make associations with the private sector.
One single visit is not enough to be able to say that you know Mexico.
One of the big goals of my administration will be to reposition Mexico again as an emerging power.
My only definition is that I am a pragmatist.
My interest is to establish an agenda of engagement with Mexicans that will respond to Mexicans’ most urgent needs.
My government’s first aim will be to bring peace to Mexico.
Mexico has lost its leadership, and a lot of that has to do with its poor performance and the lack of better results in our country.
Mexico has experimented with political change since the late 1980s.
If I’m the president, I will call in all the different political opinions to come together and to make one front to the benefit of Mexico.
I think money laundering is giving oxygen to organized crime.
I propose changing fear for hope. I propose changing Mexico.
I have read a number of books, starting with novels, that I particularly liked.
Each dollar Mexico exports to the U.S. has a content of American production of 40¢.