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Ruling on president fails to mend Mexico’s rift

August 26, 2018
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Conservative politician Felipe Calderon is declared Mexico’s nextpresident by the nation’s highest electoral court, officiallyending a bitterly contested election. – (The Age — 7 September, 2006)
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Conservative candidate Felipe Calder�n was declared Mexico�s next president on Tuesday, but his rival vowed to continue protests. (New York Times — 6 September, 2006)
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The nation’s top electoral court voted to reject allegations of fraud and certify Felipe Calder�n’s victory. (International Herald Tribune — 7 September, 2006)
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Felipe Calderon reaches out to his opponent after being declared Mexico’s president-elect, but is rebuffed. (BBC News — 7 September, 2006)
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Felipe Calderon was declared president-elect Tuesday after two months of uncertainty, but his ability to rule effectively remained in doubt as Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador refused to recognize the victory and vowed to lead a parallel leftist government from the streets. (CNN — 6 September, 2006)
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Felipe Calderon became president-elect of Mexico on Tuesday, two months after disputed elections, when the nation’s top electoral court voted unanimously to reject fraud allegations. (MSNBC — 6 September, 2006)
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Mexico at last will have a final decision Tuesday on its disputed July 2 presidential race, with the nation’s top electoral court expected to declare ruling party candidate Felipe Calderon president-elect. (CNN — 5 September, 2006)
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Mexico’s President-elect Felipe Calderon began building his government Wednesday, discussing the transition with outgoing Vicente Fox as his leftist rival fought for the spotlight amid signs his nationwide protest movement is weakening. (International Herald Tribune — 7 September, 2006)
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Leftist presidential candidate Manuel Andres Lopez Obrador on Sunday said his supporters will consider drafting a new constitution for Mexico, saying the country needs a “radical transformation.” (International Herald Tribune — 4 September, 2006)
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After decades of one-party rule sustained by fraudulent elections, many Mexicans still deeply distrust their institutions and courts. (New York Times — 7 September, 2006)
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