Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Tuesday, July 09, 2013

In 20th century Chicago this would look like stuffing the ballot boxes

The results and explanations of what's going on in Baja could be crucial for Mexican politics.

Mexico confusion over 'unreliable' Baja California vote count
Political activists in Mexico
Mexican election officials have sparked confusion by announcing the result of a key local election, and later saying that their count was unreliable.

Both the opposition and the governing party had claimed victory in Sunday's vote in Baja California state…

Officials have ordered a recount, to be finalised by the weekend…

The opposition National Action Party (PAN) took control of Baja California in 1989, and it has remained one of their most important power bases…

The aftermath has seen widespread confusion, with rival parties accusing each other of dirty tricks throughout the country.

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