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« on: 25 January 2012, 12:00:20 »

MEXICO: The Unstoppable Los Zetas

January 24, 2012: Mexicans living in the U.S. will be able to vote in Mexico’s 2012 presidential election. Mexico’s major political parties (PAN, PRD, and PRI) as well as a few minor parties are already conducting voter outreach seminars in the U.S. For years Mexican emigrants to the U.S. have contributed to the Mexican economy by sending money back home; the annual figure varies a great deal, but may be as high as $18 to $20 billion. Because of that many of the Mexican political parties are seeking donations from the Mexican expatriate community as well as votes. There are no official estimates, but Mexican media have estimated that as many as four million Mexicans living in the U.S. could legally vote in the July 2012 election. They must, however, register. […]

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