Mexico's president says his wife will clarify questions about a multimillion-dollar family home that has raised concerns about a possible conflict of interest.

Enrique Pena Nieto says reports on the Mexico City mansion have created "countless versions and falsehoods."

The website of journalist Carmen Aristegui was the first to report on the home, which was registered in the name of a company that has benefited from public works contracts. The government later said it belonged to first lady Angelica Rivera, a former actress.

The president said Tuesday that in recent protests against his government, he perceives an "orchestrated effort to destabilize" reforms that he is pushing.