Mexican elections: The youth vote is of central importance but is uncertain

Of the young people polled on the street, none feel completely identified with any of the current political parties. Among the most urgent issues to be resolved, the young people cite femicides and support for companies to generate more jobs.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (EFE) More than 25.6 million young people are called to the polls this June 6 in the largest mid-term elections in Mexico's history. The vote is considered key but uncertain because of their apparent disinterest in politics, even though they support movements such as feminism or the defense of the LGBT community.

"I have realized after several years that it is insignificant who to vote for. I understand the point of decision making, but I really question what point is people's decision," says Iñaki, a 23-year-old who recognizes his . . .

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