Mexico's new president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (left), speaks during a celebration at Zocalo square on July 1 in Mexico City. Lopez Obrador ran on a campaign to stamp out corruption, but a variety of factors are likely to hinder his anti-graft drive.
Mexico's voters have handed Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador a huge mandate to enact radical change on pressing issues such as corruption. Now it's up to the new president to decide how far to go in tackling graft....
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