Will Peña Nieto swear the position of president of Mexico?
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Will Peña Nieto swear the position of president of Mexico?

Mexico City : Mexico | Jul 08, 2012 at 4:10 AM PDT
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Electoral workers recount votes at a district office of Mexico's Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) in Mexico City

What seemed that serious another time the same thing. The bad same ways of winning some elections. Now it is that it is not same this time.

Repetition of elections is requested in Mexico, but previously all those of IFE be ceased. To these they are accused of being accomplices of the electoral shamelessness.

Yesterday Saturday was the fourth march that one carries out against Peña Nieto, not alone in Mexico DF, but in other places of the country. All the marches denounce the same thing: FRAUD.

In the capital of Mexico they were given appointment before the Angel of the Independence. From there left at 3:00 PM in the afternoon toward the Town square that is the square with bigger importance of this city.

Since it begins these comments on the elections of Mexico, I have said the same thing: IFE has negotiated it very bad and against the Mexican town. They should resign or to be ceased. Then to take place new elections. I commit to return if I am invited to participate.

No longer alone they are the sympathetic of Lopez Obrador, I am 132, they are housewives and workers of all classes. Even those that had vouchers go to buy, at night in the store self-service 'Soriana', and they are not seen this way, they have understood that what they gave them was: "bread for today and hunger during 6 years more."

It seems that the Secretary of Surety neither Publishes of Mexico DF she has answers.

These, gentlemen of IFE, it is unstoppable. For democratic hygiene: Leave!

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People stand next to graffiti near Mexico's IFE in Mexico City
People stand next to graffiti near Mexico's IFE in Mexico City
CATALINABELEMAR is based in Madrid, Madrid, Spain, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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