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A little more than a week after Mexicans went to the polls, conflict and controversy swirl around the July 1 elections. Almost everywhere-in the halls of Congress, on the Sunday talk shows, in bars and cafes and on … Continue reading
As Mexico’s political season rapidly unfolds, attention is focused on the candidates and their political parties. But underneath the glare of the media spotlight, the nuts-and-bolts work of organizing the July 1 elections is quietly taking place without much … Continue reading