Pena Nieto declared Mexico's president-elect

The road to the Mexican presidency is now clear for Enrique Peña Nieto. Two months of controversy following elections in July prevented the right-wing candidate from being officially recognised as president. Peña Nieto's opponents denounced the elections as fraudulent, accusing him and his party of vote-buying, money laundering and the media of blatant prejudice. But seven judges unanimously voted to sweep aside all the fraud allegations.