Thursday, June 21, 2012

PRI ex-governor Eugenio Hernández Flores next?

Look's like we might be in for another "October Surprise": Following the criminal money-laundering cases against former governor Tomás Yarrington of Tamaulipas in the United States and parallel investigations in Mexico - has anyone seen Yarrington, by the way? - there has been much speculation that his successor, Eugenio Hernández Flores, might be next.

Now, El Universal reports that Hernández has filed an injunction against having his property seized. 
Will Calderón launch a high-profile raid against the former PRI governor? Hernández clearly thinks he has reasons for filing his amparo

Stay tuned for a late-June "surprise" ahead of Mexico's July 1 election.

Ex gobernador de Tamaulipas busca amparo. El Universal, June 21, 2012.

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