Enrique Pena Nieto is Mexico's man of mystery
By Tracy Wilkinson and Ken Ellingwood / Los Angeles Times
He bears tiny white scars all over his hands from the sea of supporters who grasped at his outstretched arms, clawing to greet him, during three months of music-filled rallies and mobbed appearances in almost every Mexican state.
For months now, images of the handsome young politician and his glamorous soap-opera-star wife have filled Mexican television screens and fan magazines.
Yet for all the adoration and saturation media coverage, Enrique Peña Nieto might be the least-known president of contemporary Mexico.