Tag Archives: Mexican Elections
Members of #yosoy132 protest alleged election fraud in Mexico. Image from Center for International Policy.The Mexican elections:Decision and division The court decision once again showed how divided Mexico is and how inured to election violations its population is. By Philip … finish reading Philip L. Russell : Mexican Elections Widen Political Chasm
Protesters from Yosoy132 hold a mock funeral for “domocracia” during march in Mexico City, Saturday, July 14. Photo by Bernardo Montoya / Reuters.An observers’ manual:Who won the Mexican election? Charges of vote-buying and exceeding campaign spending limits notwithstanding, there are … finish reading Philip L. Russell : Who Won the Mexican Election?
Frontrunner Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico’s PRI on the campaign trail. Image from The Washington Post.The Return of the PRI and the Mexican Spring The big surprise of the first debate was how well Peña Nieto was able to respond … finish reading Philip L. Russell : The PRI and the Mexican Spring
Oaxaca Governor Ulises Ruiz Ortiz (depicted above) was blown away in the recent Mexican elections by left-right candidate Gabino Cue. Cartoon from NNDB.Victor Gabino Cue a question mark:Killer Governor blown away in Oaxacan election The unlikely new governor Gabino Cue, … finish reading John Ross : Oaxaca : Killer Governor Blown Away
“Which cartel are you voting for?” Cartoon by El Fisgon / La Jornada.‘United Cartels’ are big winners inMexico’s Super Sunday elections By John Ross / The Rag Blog / July 9, 2010 See ‘The people of Oaxaca speak’ by Victor … finish reading Mexican Elections : ‘Which Cartel Are You Voting For?’