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A majority of Peruvians (60%) also do not feel close to any of their country's political parties. The share of people who are not affiliated with any political party is high across Latin America: Half or more in Chile (78%), Brazil (60%), Argentina (51%) and Colombia (50%) say they do not feel close to any ...

When Mexico's general election campaign officially began at March's end, four candidates were qualified for the July 1 presidential ballot. With less than three months to go, the number has increased to five, maybe six. In a stunning decision rendered late Monday, Mexico's election court, known as TEPJF ...
MEXICO CITY — For decades, Manlio Fabio Beltrones has presided over Mexican politics with an assured hand, wielding enormous power, .... with his beliefs and actions — reliability, making deals, and effective dialogue with people who not only think differently than him but lead different political parties.
Jose Antonio Meade gestures to supporters during an event naming him the presidential candidate for the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in Mexico City, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. On Sunday, Mexico's three major political parties are nominating their presidential candidates for the July 1 election.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador holds his hand out to take an oath as he is named the presidential candidate for the MORENA political party in Mexico City, Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018. On Sunday, Mexico's three major political parties are nominating their presidential candidates for the July 1 election.
On the street, many Mexicans express rejection of or skepticism about the political parties and their candidates, with some wondering if the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) ... At stake are not only the Mexican presidency and congress, but also state and local offices in 30 of Mexico's 32 states.
... head of the National Renewal Movement, Morena, has been the leading candidate in all polls for the upcoming presidential elections in Mexico, but Clouthier says they need to convince the “doubtful and apathetic,” those who normally don't vote because they're sick of the traditional political parties, ...
A new outsize political personality is looming over the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador — or AMLO for short — was formally chosen last week as the presidential candidate of his Morena political party for Mexico's July 1 election, and instantly became the ...
“Poor Mexico, so far from God, so close to the United States,” Mexican president Porfirio Diaz once said around the turn of the 20th century. Today, a Mexican president who is disliked by Mexicans — as is his political party, the PRI — is playing “David” to U.S. President Donald J. Trump's “Goliath.”.


 

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