Enrique Pena Nieto was elected in July of 2012 and took office as President of Mexico on December 1st, 2012. The Mexican presidency is a six-year term with no reelection, so Pena Nieto’s term lasts until 2018.
Under the past three Mexican presidents—Ernesto Zedillo, Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderon—the Mexican government has actively meddled in U.S. immigration policy, campaigned for amnesty and non-compliance with immigration law, and has claimed jurisdiction over American citizens of Mexican ancestry.
What’s particularly disturbing is that, despite this open meddling, no U.S. politicians at the national level show much interest in this subject.
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Article by Allan Wall, published January 26th, 2013, on VDARE.COM.