Mexico City, where financial markets worry about the left
The favored candidate, Andrés Manuel Lopez o'buydo, himself, is also cruising calmly in the polls, which suggest that Mexico may win the July 1 presidential election,
There was no tone of anger when he ran for the top two.
Lopez Obrado, who was called AMLO by devotees and de vandals, told supporters at the campaign rally that they were about to make history, his speech lit up.
"It's going to be a peaceful, orderly change, but at the same time, it's going to be radical," Lopez Obrador said recently, drawing cheers from the "president" andPresidente!
A crowd from the colonial town of San Miguel de Allende.
The market is wondering if President Lopez Ogado will devalue the Mexican peso.
Experts say maybe not.
Or reverse the opening up to private oil companies.
Ropez said he might not.
But it's hard to judge things based on his policy platforms, because these platforms are easy to change, and usually look like things overnight.
This aversion to the details of the policy, and Lopez o'donough's tendency to play with his foundation and make major commitments while having his advisers guess what he really means, hasS.
President Donald Trump
Analysts said both thought it was a political virtue and could therefore understand each other, although Trump had alluded to some Mexican candidates "not very good" in Lopez Obrado's nod ".
"I think there is a populist feeling in both," political scientist Jesus Silva said . "Herzog said.
"I think they all belong to the historic moment of the rise of populist politicians. . .
Not interested in the details of public policy.
"But where the Trump brand is associated with brass nameplates and flashy, Lopez o'cado, as a perennial opposition candidate, lived outside for more than ten years, he was given a deep sense of history and destiny.
After serving as mayor of Mexico City in 2000
2005, he returned to his roots as disrespectfulof-the-
The People's Rally leader said he was in his hometown of Tabasco from 1988 to 2000 in an oil field along the Gulf Coast swamp.
Lopez Obado, 64, believes his campaign has changed Mexico's history, touted himself as a savior for the poor, and believes corruption is the country's biggest problem.
In addition, policies come and go.
After being smashed to conservative Calderon
Only a thin margin of 0.
56% in 2006, and again in 2012 after the current President Enrique Peña Nieto, this time around the formula may be enough to win.
His two main competitors Ricardo Anaya and Jose Antonio Mead are the champions of the technocrats
At least 1982 of policy experts in Mexico.
But the economic growth and economic stability they promised did not occur, and the violence has also increased dramatically.
Tired of these and other domestic ills such as corruption, Mexican voters are ripe for change, and Lopez Obrado explains his vision for change in a clear and simple way.
He likes to compare with the most important shift in Mexico's history: generations of dying Roman Catholics have left their land and wealth to the church, tying most of Mexico's wealth together forever, killing the economy.
President Bento Juarez then confiscated most of the church's property.
Lopez Obrador says now he wants to free the economy by reducing the impact --
Internet business giants control the federal government.
"Just as Juarez separated the church from the state, I would also separate economic power from political power," he told a group of people in Mexico City recently.
Lopez o'cado's relationship with his followers is very personal --
This is the escape of the ruling Revolutionary Party, mild, and the left-wing Anaya.
Other major competitors are in the campaign, in part because of a terrible warning to Lopez o'donado as president, and Anaya is trying to show the image of an optimistic CEO of modern technology
His wrinkled appearance and unique regional accent
Think about Bernie Sanders.
Lopez Obrado inspired those who were tired of slipping
Javier Quijano, a lawyer who represented Lopez o'buydo, was tried by President Vicente Fox to stop him from running in 2006. Lopez obalada is described as an "extremely frugal" person who often has breakfast or lunch with the candidate in a shabby, middle place
First class apartment on the south side of Mexico City.
"Very humble, very simple, he is always very attentive and very good --
He is very polite to the people who work for him.
"A man of integrity will win the presidential election, which is a huge step forward.
"Lopez o'buyers' promises to revive millions of small farms whose main output over the past 25 years has been a steady stream of immigrants to major Mexican cities and the United States.
He also needs to reverse the severe recession in Mexico's oil industry, which now imports most of its gasoline from the United States. S.
Supporters say he is at least challenging what he sees as the brutal neoliberal order that puts Mexico in trouble.
"You can feel it at every rally, and we will celebrate it on July 2.
You think people are full of emotions. year-
Old computer programmer Antonio Arroyo selon said at a recent campaign rally in the capital.
"We hope the country will change its mind.
People in Lopez Obrado tend to get older
People like retired tailor Reuben Lopez who have lived for a long time
The governing body Revolutionary Party or PRI, except 12-
The year of the new century.
"In the 80 years of PRI, they have never done anything to improve the country," said Lopez, 74 . ".
He added that the election "will be the first happy moment in the history of the country ".
In addition to enthusiasm, neither Lopez o'buydo nor his challengers have come up with a credible plan to reduce the homicide rate, which has reached a level never seen in decades.
Lopez o'cado has come up with a vague plan to grant amnesty to some criminal convictions, which clearly means the removal of the felony after serving the sentence, as well as the reduction of sentence for the Co-operative witness, and the release of poor farmers imprisoned for the cultivation of drug crops.
In any case, Lopez's victory may mean a lot of symbolism and more pragmatism.
Antonio Sola, Spanish political adviser, helped design the campaign for "Lopez Obrado is a dangerous man", which he said in 2006 election, "This is not my match with Andres Manuel in 2006.
"This is a candidate for evolution and moderation," Sora said . " He compared Lopez Obado with Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in Brazil
He won the election in his fourth attempt and proved to be a cause of the times socialist instigator
Even while expanding social programs, it is also a friendly president.
In 2006, Mexican business leaders compared Lopez o'bido to Hugo Chavez, Venezuela's socialist president, in an attempt to hurt his campaign.
After a heavy loss in Calderon, Lopez O'Donnell responded angrily that he claimed fraud and added a month
A long blockade of Mexico City's main thoroughfare.
This time, at least in public, he has been taking it easy.
Despite Lopez's frequent attacks on what he calls the "power Mafia," Lopez Obrado responds to even the most vicious political attacks by repeating things that are almost a mantra --
Peace and Love"
Transfer them with humor.
With no evidence suggesting that he might benefit from Russia's election intervention, Lopez Obrador filmed a video along a port in the Gulf coast of Veracruz, he joked that his name was actually Andres manuelvic ,.
Even Mead sees it as a political highlight.