Oppenheimer Presenta Broadcasts Interview with Projected Winner of the Mexican Presidential Election Enrique Peña Nieto
This Sunday, July 22nd at 9pm (ET), CNN en Español’s show, Oppenheimer Presenta, hosted by journalist Andrés Oppenheimer, will broadcast a special interview with the projected winner of the Mexican presidential election, Enrique Peña Nieto. During a face-to-face dialogue from Mexico City, Peña Nieto discussed topics like his foreign policy, his reactions to situations like the Paraguay case and the Venezuelan elections in October, and his plans to carry out his proposed structural reforms even though his own party is skeptical about them.
Moreover, Peña Nieto responded to questions about the measures he intends to take with some of the leaders of his party if it is proven that they were involved in buying votes saying, “I will apply the law over whoever is responsible for not complying with the law.” He also talked about how he will assume the presidency on December 1st when having to face a divided congress.
CNN en Español to broadcast the interview with the projected winner of the Mexican presidential election on the show Oppenheimer Presenta, this Sunday, July 22nd at 9pm (ET).
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