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see Institutional Revolutionary partyInstitutional Revolutionary party,
Span. Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI), Mexican political party. Established in 1929 as the National Revolutionary party by former President Plutarco Calles, it brought together the country's governmental, military, and
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PRI

(Primary Rate Interface) A digital transmission service for businesses from the telephone company. Widely used to connect a company PBX to the public switched telephone network (PSTN), PRI is an ISDN dial-up service that is based on the T1 line in North America (24 channels) and E1 in Europe (32 channels). Typically using four wire pairs, PRI/T1 provides 23 voice channels and one signaling channel, and PRI/E1 delivers 30 voice channels and two signaling channels. See ISDN, T1 and E1.
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Madrazo was able to garner support for PRI candidates primarily in the capital city of Villahermosa and surrounding areas, but was unable to overcome the influence of Lopez Obrador in outlying areas.
The Duet 6001P supports standard PRI interfaces converting the PRI signaling and voice media into IP H.
The PRI legislators will not support the proposal to tax food and medicine," says Senator Sauri.
According to its mission statement, the new party will be completely distinct from the PRI, social democratic in tendency, and address areas where the PRI has failed--namely the country's growing rates of poverty.
I never thought that Fox would win, even if all the votes were for him, because the PRI was so powerful," says Juan Quiroz Romero, who runs a fruit stand in Mexico City.
The July 2000 election presents the familiar challenge of validating democracy, but in novel fashion: not only is the presidential race expected to take place on more equal grounds than ever before in Mexican history, but for the first time a PRI candidate stands a realistic chance of losing the electoral battle.
He is widely believed to have won the governor's post in a 1985 election that the PRI was accused of stealing by fraud.
From that point on, the international lenders, not the leaders of the PRI, determined how much room the Mexican system had to exercise its inclusionary program in order to bring the various classes and sectors into the tent.
He had also held elected office, first as a congressman and later as a senator, running on traditional PRI platforms.
We've been looking for someone like David to propel our growth as a digital media company," says Michael Skoler, PRI.
We will support Compaq's OpenVMS platform into the foreseeable future and in fact have several important updates that we will be announcing soon that will continue to add value to the PROMIS product set as semiconductor manufacturing transitions to 300mm wafers," said Jim Golden, vice president, Factory Management Software for PRI.