Mexican election watchdog under pressure in Sunday's vote




 
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Mexican election watchdog under pressure in Sunday's vote
 
June 29th, 2012  
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Mexican election watchdog under pressure in Sunday's vote
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico, a country long synonymous with vote-rigging, is better equipped than ever to prevent fraud in Sunday's national elections, according to experts, but voters still have grave doubts. The Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) will oversee the presidential vote that polls suggest will be won by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), whose frequently tainted elections helped it maintain power from 1929 to 2000. ...

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