jueves, 5 de julio de 2012

Mexico's president-elect...

Mexico's president-elect shrugs off claims of vast vote-buying, coercion in election


MEXICO CITY - Mexico's next president denied that his party had been involved in any form of intimidation during his party's campaign, in the wake of allegations by at least one observer that Sunday's elections were "perhaps the biggest operation of vote-buying and coercion in the country's history."
"I am totally, totally certain that the party acted within the law," Enrique Pena Nieto of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, told a journalist from BBC News on Wednesday.
Leftist runner-up Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has refused to concede and demanded a new tally, alleging vote-buying and coercion by the PRI, whose seven decades of rule until it lost power in 2000 were marked by widespread allegations of vote-rigging. 
Preliminary results of the presidential vote showed Pena Nieto had officially won more than 38 percent of the vote, 6.5 points clear of Lopez Obrador.
Mexico's election officials on Wednesday recounted votes from more than half the polling booths in the presidential and congressional elections. 
While the PRI declared the vote had been fair, some observers said it most definitely had not been.


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