Mexican political experts, including ex-President Carlos Salinas, detail Luis Donaldo Colosio's rise to become the PRI presidential candidate in 1993.
The Zapatista uprising in early 1994 brings peacemaker Camacho sudden fame, changing the electoral landscape. Colosio gives a powerful, rousing speech.
Witnesses recount the chaos that ensued when Colosio was assassinated after a campaign rally in Tijuana, leading to the interrogation of Mario Aburto.
Zedillo announces his presidential candidacy. Multiple special prosecutors are assigned to Colosio's murder investigation. Mario Aburto stands trial.
Insiders recall the post-election economic crisis. Raúl Salinas remembers his 1995 arrest. Those close to Colosio discuss the impact of his death.