In April, the scene inside Mexico's lower house of Congress looked like a pep rally. Giant tarps were draped over the pulpit reading "CLOSED" and "No to Privatization."
In April, the scene inside Mexico's lower house of Congress looked like a pep rally. Giant tarps were draped over the pulpit reading "CLOSED" and "No to Privatization." Franco Ordonez / Charlotte Observer / MCT
In April, the scene inside Mexico's lower house of Congress looked like a pep rally. Giant tarps were draped over the pulpit reading "CLOSED" and "No to Privatization." Franco Ordonez / Charlotte Observer / MCT

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