Mexico’s first lady, Angelica Rivera, returned the $7 million mansion she bought from a firm that had won lucrative government contracts, the country’s comptroller reported Friday. He cleared President Enrique Peña Nieto of conflict of interest.
Mexico’s first lady, Angelica Rivera, returned the $7 million mansion she bought from a firm that had won lucrative government contracts, the country’s comptroller reported Friday. He cleared President Enrique Peña Nieto of conflict of interest. Eduardo Verdugo AP
Mexico’s first lady, Angelica Rivera, returned the $7 million mansion she bought from a firm that had won lucrative government contracts, the country’s comptroller reported Friday. He cleared President Enrique Peña Nieto of conflict of interest. Eduardo Verdugo AP

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