Mexicans appear to have returned the PRI to power in general elections. This blog is covering the results live from inside the country
On Monday 2 July, the day after the former autocratic political behemoth, the Institutional Revolutionary Party, was seemingly put back into power in Mexico (many vote recounts have started after “irregularities” were found), thousands of members of the #YoSoy132 protest movement massed just off Mexico City’s grand Paseo de la Reforma boulevard ahead of a march against the election results, in particular the voting in of Enrique Peña Nieto to the presidency.
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Mexico without the PRI, Mexico without the PRI
Supporters of the #YoSoy132 movement give their thoughts