Mexico faces the “most complex” elections in its history

"They are the biggest elections and very probably in 2024 they will be too. And they are also the most complex," said Córdova when talking about the June 6th mid-term elections.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Mexico is facing the "biggest" and above all "most complex" elections in its history due to the pandemic, disinformation and a dangerous political polarization, said on Wednesday the president of the National Electoral Institute (INE), Lorenzo Córdova.

"They are the biggest elections and very probably in 2024 they will be too. And they are also the most complex," said Córdova when talking about the June 6th mid-term elections.

That day, 94 million Mexicans will go to the polls to elect the 500 federal deputies, 15 of the 32 state governors, 30 local congresses . . .

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