PRI

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AcronymDefinition
PRIPrimary Rate Interface (ISDN)
PRIPriority/Primary
PRIPublic Radio International
PRIPerformance Review Institute (Warrendale, PA)
PRIInstitutional Revolutionary Party (Mexico)
PRIPerformance Racing Industry
PRIPartido Revolucionario Institucional (Spanish: Institutional Revolutionary Party, México)
PRIPuerto Rico (ISO Country code)
PRIPopulation Research Institute
PRIPeace Research Institute (est. 1976)
PRIPolicy Research Institute (various locations)
PRIPrimary Rate Interface (telecommunications)
PRIPerris (Amtrak station code; Perris, CA)
PRIPrinciples for Responsible Investment (UNEP Finance Initiative)
PRIPacific Research Institute (since 1979; San Francisco, California)
PRIPolitical Risk Insurance
PRIPoverty Reduction Initiative (various locations)
PRIPuerto Rico International
PRIPolicy Research Initiative (various organizations)
PRIPrisoner Reentry Initiative (various locations)
PRIPrinter Definitions
PRIPolicy Rules Instances
PRIProvisioning Instances
PRIPrimary Rate Isdn
PRIPrimary Rate Interface
PRIPriority
PRIPure Rate of Interest (economics)
PRIProgram-Related Investment (foundations)
PRIPlant Research International
PRIPanchayati Raj Institutions (India)
PRIPenal Reform International
PRIProduction Resources, Inc. (Franklin, TN)
PRIPulse Repetition Interval
PRIPersonal Record Identifier (Canada)
PRIPharmaceutical Research Institute
PRIPlanet Repair Institute (Portland, OR)
PRIPhotochemical Reflectance Index
PRIPrevention Research Institute (Lexington, KY)
PRIPraslin Island, Seychelles (Airport Code)
PRIPeriodic Reinvestigation
PRIPlastics and Rubber Institute (United Kingdom)
PRIPrison Reform International
PRIProgressive Renal Insufficiency
PRIProgressive Routing Indicator (US DoD)
PRIPerformance Registrar Inc.
PRIPreliminary Rifle Instruction
PRIPeopleclick Research Institute (statistical analysis; Peopleclick)
PRIPreemptive Repeat Identical (transition type in Petri nets)
PRIProliferation Rate Index
PRIPolarity Realization Institute
PRIPrecision Radiation Instruments
PRIProduct Release Instructions
PRIPositive Refractive Index
PRIProperty Retention Index
PRIParanormal Research Institute
PRIPower Resources International, Inc (Long Island, New York)
PRIProfessional Recruiting International (Utah)
PRICollectie Privaatrecht
PRIPensions Registration Institute (Sweden)
PRIPartido de Ratas Inorganizadas
PRIProbability of Receiving an Impression
PRIPertech Resources Incorporated (Riverton, Wyoming)
PRIPlanning, Review, and Inspection
PRIPerformance and Results International, LLC
PRIPeroulakis Research, Inc.
PRIProtection Radiologique Intégrée (France: Integrated Radiological Protection)
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The aspirant Jess Ambrosio Escalante Lapizco has been representative of the Institutional Revolutionary Party before the State Institute
The coalition has also accommodated high-level defectors from all three mainstream Mexican political parties, including the Institutional Revolutionary Party (RPI) of the outgoing current president, Enrique Pena Nieto.
The Institutional Revolutionary Party held the presidency for most of the 20th century, paying off journalists to report in their favour.
On Friday, members of two of Mexico's major parties, the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and the National Action Party, called for Guzman's swift extradition, although Nieto assured the public that recapturing Guzman means the citizens can trust the government.
"Lost in all the rosy pronouncements about Mexico's economy was any serious analysis of how people's rising living standards and expectations would affect their nation's political evolution," Guajardo writes, adding that China's "trend lines are remarkably similar to what Mexico went through leading up to its transformation in 2000 to a multiparty democracy." Guajardo compares the China's Communist Party with Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party, including state-owned enterprises, nationalistic gestures, press controls, and crackdowns on dissent as well as slowed growth and increasing debt.
By early Monday morning, with nearly three-quarters of polling station returns, preliminary results showed that Pena Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), along with its allies, the Green Party and the smaller New Alliance Party, had won 38.94 percent of the vote.
In national voting, President Enrique Pena Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party and the allied Green Party will maintain a near majority in Mexico's lower house, as polls had forecast in recent weeks, according to Mexico's electoral institute, reports Bloomberg.
Among them is Gerardo Gamez, the former city leader of the main political group here, the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, which is also the party of the Chihuahua governor, Cesar Duarte Jaquez, and of President Enrique Pena Nieto.
Lawmakers from the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party have said they expect the legislation, which has been delayed for more than six months, to pass to the lower house for final approval next week, Reuters reported.
Senators from Pena Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and the conservative National Action Party (PAN) who unveiled the bill, are due to start debating it.
He ran on the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) ticket, which ruled the country for more than 70 years and allowed today's Mexican monopolies, such as Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), to flourish.
Pena Nieto's Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) entered a grand alliance with its two opposition rivals, dubbed Pact for Mexico, to push the president's reform agenda, which has already overhauled labor laws and the education system.
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