Mexico City, Muharram 17, 1434, Dec 1, 2012, SPA -- Enrique Pena Nieto was sworn in Saturday as Mexican president, in an inauguration marking the return to power of the Institutional Revolutionary Party that governed the country from 1929-2000, dpa reported.
What does PRI stand for?
PRI stands for Institutional Revolutionary Party (Mexico)
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- Pine-Richland High School (Gibsonia, PA)
- Pinelands Regional High School (Tuckerton, NJ)
- Plymouth Regional High School
- Point Reyes Headland South (California)
- Port Richmond High School (Staten Island, NY)
- Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Division (Georgia)
- Power Retractable Hard Top (automobile)
- Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority
- Puerto Rico Hotel & Tourism Association
- Collectie Privaatrecht
- Pacific Research Institute (since 1979; San Francisco, California)
- Panchayati Raj Institutions (India)
- Paranormal Research Institute
- Partido de Ratas Inorganizadas
- Partido Revolucionario Institucional (Spanish: Institutional Revolutionary Party, México)
- Patient Review Instrument (assessment tool; New York)
- Peace Research Institute (est. 1976)
- Penal Reform International
- Pensions Registration Institute (Sweden)
- Peopleclick Research Institute (statistical analysis; Peopleclick)
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Pena Nieto took over at midnight in a symbolic ceremony after campaigning as the new face of the Institutional Revolutionary Party PRI.
Elsa Espinosa, general director of the office of protocol and network of diplomatic mission for the Institutional Revolutionary Party.
Fox assumed the presidency in December 2000 with high expectations, considering he was the first president from the opposition after 71 years of unbroken rule by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).
Vazquez Montes--a member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI)--had been in office for only about a year after winning a hotly contested election that was held twice, following complaints of improprieties in the first vote, CNN reported.