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Mexico: Are Presidential Candidates Considering the Indigenous Vote?

With less than a month left before Mexicans go to the polls to vote for their next president, Katya Albiter from Vivir México [es] wonders about the indigenous vote. She highlights that the indigenous vote represents 6.5 per cent of the population and of the Federal Registry of Voters; the indigenous vote could define at least 10 per cent of the electoral districts in Mexico, which could be crucial in a tight race, Katya argues.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Antonio-Martínez/100000788521265 Antonio Martínez

    I vote form Josefina Vazquez is like.

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