Mexico: still no official winner, but it ain't looking good for AMLO
Mexico's top electoral court announced Monday that a partial recount will not change the outcome of the hotly disputed July 2 presidential election, which sparked a constitutional crisis and massive demonstrations that have shackled the capital for nearly two months.
The Federal Electoral Judicial Tribunal stopped short of officially declaring Felipe Calderón the winner over Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the populist former mayor of Mexico City. But few here expect the court to alter the final outcome of the race, especially after the court announced Monday that it had rejected nearly all of López Obrador's fraud claims.
i would give plenty to know precisely and truthfully 1), what role the u.s. played in the mexican elections, and 2), if there was actually election fraud... i certainly know what my suspicions are... 1), a big one, and 2), yes... Submit To Propeller