Enrique Peña Nieto took over as Mexico’s president on Saturday, begins new era for old ruling party

Enrique Peña Nieto took over as Mexico’s president on Saturday, begins new era for old ruling party

Enrique Peña Nieto


MEXICO CITY- December 1, 2012 President Felipe Calderon Hinojosa handed over command of the public force to elected president, Enrique Peña Nieto. During the ceremony at the National Palace, Calderón received a Military School Cadet National Flag which he gave immediately to Peña Nieto, which delineated the “translation” command of the security forces. Around 11:45 p.m. Peña Nieto arrived at the National Palace, and the formal ceremony was held in the first minute of Saturday.

At the end of the escort relief act of the National Flag, and Peña Nieto Calderón hailed the first to serve on the incoming president’s cabinet and then did the same with the outgoing cabinet members.

The ceremony lasted about 5 minutes, after which the outgoing and incoming officers exchanged greetings and hugs while Felipe Calderón and Enrique Peña retreated to another area of the National Palace.


Video: Felipe Calderon delivers power to Enrique Peña Nieto at the National Palace

Video: Mexico welcomes new President Enrique Pena Nieto


Mexico’s first Amerindian or native American president

Benito Juárez is the first Amerindian or of the original race of the country to be president.
Benito Juárez served 5 terms as president of Mexico: as interim president 1858–1861, and as president from 1861–1865, 1865–1867, 1867–1871 and as constitutional president 1871–1872.

Benito Juárez

Mexico’s first black president

Supreme Executive Power of Mexico from April 1,1823 to October 10,1824 and President of Mexico April 1, 1829 to December 17, 1829

His father was white European Spanish and his mother was African and Amerindian. The Mexican state of Guerrero is named in his honor.

President Guerrero formally abolished slavery, in Mexico, on September 16, 1829.

President Vicente Guerrero


Video: President Vicente Guerrero

Video: African presence in Mexico- Afromexicans

Video: Black Mexicans


Video: African presence in mexico


José María Morelos

José María Morelos was a Mexican revolutionary rebel leader who led the Mexican War of Independence. He was of African, Amerindian and European descent. He is the said to be father of Juan Almonte.

José María Morelos

Juan Almonte

Juan Almonte served as Regent of the Mexican Empire, after the Second Mexican Empire was established by Napoleon III of France. His mother was Amerindian or native American and his father was African mixed with Amerindian and European.

Juan Almonte

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