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And Mr Lopez Obrador, president-in-waiting for decades, finally getting his chance, is determined to make a dramatic debut. On Saturday, for the first time, the presidential residence, Los Pinos, is flinging its gates open to the public Mr Lopez Obrador campaigned on a promise to move out of the giant luxury bunker and live a quieter life. He is moving the office to the National Palace instead, and seems likely to either sleep there or else take a small flat nearby. A masked woman holds up a sign that reads in Spanish "The assassins are in Los Pinos," referring to the presidential residence, during a march demanding the resignation of Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto He will then start work on his agenda. One of the first items is to end the presidential pension, and put a stop to the full-salary payments currently made to his six living predecessors. Another is to sell or rent out the presidential jet both policies raising eyebrows for their brazenly populist sway. Next will come plans to legalise marijuana, increase pensions for the Casino elderly, and scrap the $13.3 billion redevelopment of the capitals airport even though it is well underway. He has definitely been elected to shake things up, said Eric Farnsworth, vice president of the Americas Society. And he has been very explicit that, right from the beginning, he is going to prioritise helping Mexicos poorest. He has promised $5 billion in scholarships and youth training programmes, in a bid to give young people a future and take away the cartels cannon fodder making good on his campaign promise: Becarios si, sicarios no yes to scholarships, no to hitmen.
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