López Obrador violates electioneering ban to denounce vote buying in Mexico

The president has lambasted his critics ahead of the largest elections in Mexico's history on June 6, when nearly 93.5 million are called to vote for 500 federal deputies, 15 of 32 state governors, 30 local congresses, and 1,900 city councils.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador broke the ban that prevented him from talking about the campaigns this Thursday to denounce the alleged vote-buying by the opposition in the northern state of Nuevo Leon and the inaction of the National Electoral Institute (INE).

Although the law forbids him to talk about elections before the June 6 elections, the president exhibited for the second consecutive day a card with which Adrian de la Garza, from the former Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), promises money if he wins the governorship of Nuevo Leon.

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