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Mexicans participate this Sunday in the largest elections in that country

On this day that began after 8 in the morning this Sunday, Mexicans will choose several positions, including the new President.

More than 170 voting centers opened this Sunday in Mexico to receive voters who will participate in the largest elections in the history of that country.

On this day that began after 8 in the morning this Sunday, Mexicans will choose several positions, including the new President.

Some 98,5 million voters are also eligible to elect 128 senators, 500 deputies and the nine governors of Mexico City, Chiapas, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Morelos, Puebla, Tabasco, Veracruz and Yucatán, the agency reported. Xinhua.

In the 32 states of the country, local legislatures and city councils will be renewed, as well as 1.612 mayors and 972 local deputies.

Also they Mexican citizens Those who are abroad will also be able to vote in this Sunday's elections.

Earlier, the incumbent president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, went to vote accompanied by his wife, Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller. When he left, he was greeted with applause from the population gathered on the outskirts and phrases like “We love you,” Prensa Latina reported.

The polls place the official presidential candidate, Claudia Sheinbaum, as the favorite and with a wide advantage over Xóchitl Gálvez, her closest opponent and standard-bearer of a right-wing coalition made up of the Institutional Revolutionary, National Action and Democratic Revolution parties.

One of the latest polls, released by the newspaper El Economista before the electoral silence, predicts that Sheinbaum would reach the Presidency with 56,9 percent of the votes, surpassing Gálvez by 25,7 points and leaving Gálvez in third place. Jorge Álvarez Máynez (11,9), from Movimiento Ciudadano.

sourceAgencies

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