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Encyclopedia > Elections in Mexico
Politics of Mexico

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Mexico News Updates (1865 words)
Mexico's opposition won't fold its tent -- MEXICO CITY -- The protest camps are finally uprooted from downtown Mexico City, but by naming Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador the nation's "legitimate president" over the weekend, Mexico's leftist opposition showed it is digging in for a long fight.
Mexico misses chance to foster democracy -- The Federal Electoral Tribunal's pronouncement of Felipe Calderón as the winner of the July 2 presidential elections in Mexico represents more a missed opportunity than the end of a contentious electoral cycle.
Mexico leftists block foreign banks in protest -- Leftist demonstrators blocked access to foreign banks in Mexico on Wednesday to protest what they said was election fraud while judges and troops oversaw a partial recount that could decide July's presidential vote.
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