Elections in Oaxaca, Mexico suspended

Elections in Oaxaca, Mexico suspended

Elections in Oaxaca, Mexico suspended

Written by Reuters

02 Jul, 2018 | 9:46 am

Reuters – The Electoral authority in Oaxaca suspended the election in San Pedro Ozumacin, Oaxaca after two voting stations got burnt on Sunday (July 01), local media reported.

According to local media, a voting station could not be installed at Huajapan de Leon, another Oaxacan community. In Guerrero, one of Mexico’s most violent states, the election journey was held with no incidents.

This is Mexico’s largest-ever election with some 18,000 public servant posts up for grabs, said outgoing President Enrique Pena Nieto in an address to the nation on Wednesday (June 27).

Candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador from the leftist MORENA party is widely tipped to be Mexico’s next president after rivals Jose Antonio Meade and Ricardo Anaya conceded.


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