This morning, Felipe Calderón [right] ends his six-year term as president of Mexico.
Taking his place will be Enrique Peña Nieto [left].
Peña Nieto - like Calderon before him - defeated Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (popularly known as AMLO) [far left], whose term as the self-proclaimed "Legitimate President" ends today as well.
Peña Nieto represents the oxymoronically-named Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), which held power for seven decades, until being ousted by the National Action Party (PAN)'s Vicente Fox [right] in 2000.
For reasons that make no sense to anybody, many Mexican states observe the Ley Seca - the "Dry Law" - prohibiting the sale of alcohol on Inauguration Day, which means that, in many Mexican states, there is a frantic rush to stock up the day before Inauguration Day.
Peña Nieto, who has 6 children, will be the 66th president and serve a 6-year term called a sexenio. Which reminds us...
Stay sexy, my friends. Hasta el fin del mundo...