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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Rodrigo Aguilera
Mr. Aguilera noted that the student protests have been unusual in that they target what is viewed as unbalanced media coverage, particularly by the nation's most powerful TV broadcaster, Televisa.
"I think they have higher expectations that they deserve better than this," said Rodrigo Aguilera, the Mexico analyst for the Economist Intelligence Unit.