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Mexico's Disputed Election

Authors: Luis Rubio, Director General, CIDAC, Mexico, and Jeffrey Davidow
September 1, 2006
Foreign Affairs

The July 2 Mexican election was about more than picking a president. It represented a choice between continuing the liberalization of recent years or returning to the past. Neither alternative, however, offers a solution to the country's problems. To address those, the next president must not only deepen reforms but also extend their benefits to the many Mexicans who have been left out of the process.

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