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2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 The Senate (Spanish: Cámara de Senadores or Senado) is the upper house of Mexicos bicameral Congress. ... The Chamber of Deputies (Spanish: Cámara de Diputados) is the lower house of Mexicos bicameral legislature, the Congress of the Union. ... The Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) is the highest Federal court in the United Mexican States. ... Seal of the Office of the President of Mexico The President of United Mexican States is the head of state of Mexico. ... Vicente Fox Quesada (born July 2, 1942) is the current president of Mexico. ... The Mexican Executive Cabinet is a part of the executive branch of the Mexican government consisting of eighteen Secretaries of State, the head of the federal executive legal office and the Attorney General. ... This article lists political parties in Mexico. ... Politics of Mexico Categories: Election related stubs | Elections in Mexico ... Mexico held a general election on Sunday, 2 July 2000. ... A number of elections, both federal and local, took place in Mexico during 2003: 6 July 2003 Federal Congress Chamber of Deputies – 500 federal deputies See: 2003 Mexican general election Colima Governor, state congress, and mayors See: 2003 Colima state election Nuevo León Governor, state congress, and mayors See: 2003... A number of local elections are to take place in Mexico during 2004: 4 July 2004 Chihuahua Governor, state congress, and mayors See: 2004 Chihuahua State election Durango Governor, state congress, and mayors See: 2004 Durango State election Zacatecas Governor, state congress, and mayors See: 2004 Zacatecas state election 1... A number of local elections are scheduled to place in Mexico during 2005: 6 February 2005 Baja California Sur Governor, five mayors, and 21 (15+6) local deputies See: 2005 Baja California Sur state election Guerrero Governor See: 2005 Guerrero state election Quintana Roo Governor, eight mayors, and 25 (15... A number of elections are scheduled to place in Mexico during 2006, most importantly a General Election (President and Congress) on 2 July. ...

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Congress (formally: Congreso de la Unión or Congress of the Union) is the legislative branch of the Mexican government. Its structure and responsibilities are defined in Articles 50 to 79 of the 1917 Constitution of Mexico. 1917 was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar (see link for calendar) or a common year starting on Tuesday of the Julian calendar. ... This article is about the current Political Constitution of the United Mexican States. ...


The Mexican Congress is bicameral – that is, it is composed of two chambers. The upper chamber is the Senate (Cámara de Senadores or Senado). The lower house is the Chamber of Deputies (Cámara de Diputados). In government, bicameralism is the practice of having two legislative or parliamentary chambers. ... The Senate (Spanish: Cámara de Senadores or Senado) is the upper house of Mexicos bicameral Congress. ... The Chamber of Deputies (Spanish: Cámara de Diputados) is the lower house of Mexicos bicameral legislature, the Congress of the Union. ...


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Congress of Mexico - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (106 words)
Congress (formally: Congreso de la Unión or Congress of the Union) is the legislative branch of the Mexican government.
Its structure and responsibilities are defined in Articles 50 to 79 of the 1917 Constitution of Mexico.
The Mexican Congress is bicameral – that is, it is composed of two chambers.
SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Mexico -- Congress cuts Mexico City funds, blow to leftists (377 words)
Mexico's Congress voted to cut hundreds of millions of dollars in education subsidies to the capital Tuesday in a blow to the city's leftist mayor, the front-runner to become president in 2006.
MEXICO CITY – Mexico's Congress voted to cut hundreds of millions of dollars in education subsidies to the capital Tuesday in a blow to the city's leftist mayor, the front-runner to become president in 2006.
Congress, dominated by the PRI, is to decide in the coming months whether to strip Lopez Obrador of immunity from prosecution to face charges of defying a court order to stop road work on land expropriated by the city.
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