Students march against Mexico's elect...

Students march against Mexico's election result

There are 5 comments on the The Miami Herald story from Jul 7, 2012, titled Students march against Mexico's election result. In it, The Miami Herald reports that:

Tens of thousands of protesters marched in Mexico's capital on Saturday to protest Enrique Pena Nieto's apparent win in the country's presidential election, accusing his long ruling party of buying votes.

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Cecilia

Germany

#1 Jul 7, 2012
Not only in Mexico City, millions of people protested in every city in and outside Mexico.
Ptrc

Dallas, TX

#2 Jul 7, 2012
Is time tolet them know who is the country to this RATS.
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#3 Jul 8, 2012
It is amazing that the PRI would blame the opposition of spending all that money to buy gift cards and gifts for the PRI. The PRI must think that the Mexican people are the dumbest people on earth to believe that. But they say whatever they want here no matter how ridiculous it sounds.

It will not be overturned because the guy that is the most ingenious at being corrupt in Government is in their eyes one of the elite criminals. They know it means more money in the pockets of people in Government if they can have a person in Government with no morals.
CDB

Burbank, CA

#4 Jul 8, 2012
Mexico it's finally getting a voice ! Dont let that voice die again . I love u Mexico
Concerned

Chihuahua, Mexico

#5 Jul 8, 2012
CDB wrote:
Mexico it's finally getting a voice ! Dont let that voice die again . I love u Mexico
I hope you are right. Because it looks like I live here and you don't. Just guessing. Unless you are on vacation.

Sure a lot going on here concerning the post vote. People were lined up in the stores to spend their cash cards from PRI, to vote for Nieta. People had more groceries then they could pay for. Many were told the cards had $37.50 dollars equivalent on the cards. But many had none and the rest had $7.50. People were screaming obscenities towards Nieto. I saw it and heard it with my own eyes and ears. Not a great start for a guy that wants to be transparent and forthcoming. If they voted again I think Nieto would loose. Thousands of people are marching in the streets against the new President. I can just leave if it gets bad. I am just worried about my Mexican friends and Family here in Mexico.

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