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In May 2012 students and other youth, supported by farmers and unionized workers, began protesting against the old long-time ruling party, in opposition from 2000, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), and their presidential candidate Enrique Peña Nieto. Their main target is the Mexican media and their biased coverage of the 2012 Mexican general election, where Peña Nieto is a favorite to become the new president. The protest movement is known by the slogan "Yo Soy 132" ("I am 132") which is a reference to the original 131 students who protested against Peña Nieto at the Universidad Iberoamericana -- although the name may also have been partly inspired by the Occupy movement's slogan "We are the 99%". (via Freebase)