Immigration expected to dominate Calderón-Bush talks
Via The Christian Science Monitor
Mexico’s conservative president-elect, Felipe Calderón, makes his first White House visit Thursday.
MEXICO CITY –
The nearly 700 miles of fencing President Bush
authorized for the US-Mexican border two weeks ago could overshadow
other issues when Mexican president-elect Felipe Calderón makes his
first visit to the White House on Thursday.
Unlike recently elected leftist leaders in Latin
America, Mr. Calderón is a pro-business, US-friendly candidate who
narrowly won July’s presidential election against a leftist leader.