On 1 December 2012, President Enrique Pena Nieto took office as president. Since then, the government has been working to achieve a Prosperous, Inclusive Mexico at  Peace, with Quality Education, and Global Responsibility. 

We’d like to share some figures about what has been achieved in these three years of government.

·        At the national level, in the first 10 months of 2015, intentional homicides decreased by 23.3% over the same period in 2012.

·        In the first 10 months of 2015, kidnappings fell by 29.3% compared with the same period in 2014.

·        6 out of 10 Mexicans currently have access to the New Adversarial Criminal Justice System.

·        There are 24 Justice Centers for Women in 18 states, where comprehensive support is provided to women victims of violence.

·        The National Crusade Against Hunger currently benefits 4.5 million people. 

·        7,900 community kitchens provide meals to children, the elderly and pregnant women or nursing mothers.

·        In 20 states, there are fewer people in extreme poverty.

·        PROSPERA supports 6.9 million families.

·        5.7 million Senior Citizens have access to a pension.

·        5.95 million mothers have Female Head of Household Insurance. 

·        23,182 full-time schools benefit 3.4 million students.

·        By late 2015, the Decent Schools Program will have rehabilitated 15 schools and 812 school buildings. 

·        46,500 teachers have participated in the Promotion Competition for head teacher, supervisory  and technical assistance positions.

·        Mexico is the world’s 9th most attractive country for investment.

·        Mexico ranked as the 7th largest vehicle producer and 4th largest exporter in the world.

·        Mexico returned to the Top Ten in the World Tourism Barometer.

·        November 2015 is the 11th consecutive month in which electricity rates declined in comparison with the same month in 2014.

·        Of the 80 roads scheduled to be built or modernized during this administration, 46 have been completed.

·        Of the 52 highways scheduled to be built or modernized during this administration, 17 have been completed, 30 are underway, 4 are about to be started and 1 is in a bidding process.

·        Mexico has a network of 11 Free Trade Agreements with 46 countries.