Mexico leftist Lopez Obrador is fine after heart trouble sends him to hospital
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who was runner-up to President Enrique Pena Nieto in last year's presidential election, is fine after being admitted to hospital with a heart condition, his spokesman said on Tuesday.
Lopez Obrador has been leading protests against Pena Nieto's push to open up the state-controlled oil sector, a central plank of the president's wider economic reform drive.
Cesar Yanez, a spokesman for Lopez Obrador, said the 60-year-old former mayor of Mexico City was "fine."
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