Popular action

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(Law) an action in which any person may sue for penalty imposed by statute.
- Blackstone.

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Nevertheless, Gilbert makes a convincing case about the political importance of the Mexican middle class by the year 2000, arguing that class mattered in the 2000 national election: middle-class desertion of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and its support for the Popular Action Party (PAN) was key to Vicente Fox's victory in that year.