A female studet of Iberoamericana University flashes her student id before her camera. (Photo : Youtube / Snapshot)
Enrique Peña Nieto, presidential candidate for the PRI political party in Mexico, participated in a forum at 'Universidad Iberoamericana' on Friday where he was angrily welcomed by students who were complaining for the series of notorious incidents that occurred during his term in office.
The former governor for the State of Mexico was met by very dissatisfied students who were demanding explanations for the many unfavorable incidents that occurred during his six-year governorship.
According to Impre.com, a Mexican media outlet, Peña Nieto had gone hiding into one of the university's bathroom after protests from hundreds if not thousands of students became louder and louder which finally prompted Nieto to flee the campus.
After this 'Ibero incident', various popular Mexican media outlets started reporting that the students who were protesting were not in fact students of the Ibero but people sent by other presidential candidates hired to show their disconformities and opposition against Nieto. However, in response to the previous media claims, Ibero students decided to launch a YouTube video called '131 Ibero Students Respond' where they prove themselves to be Ibero students indeed.
After such incident, many Mexican citizens have started to question the legitimacy of Mexican media outlets.
According to the Impre.com some other citizens have started campaigns to denounce that Enrique Peña Nieto has control over Mexico's media.