Mexico's Next President Shrugs Off Claims Of Vote-buying

Mexico's next president denied that his party had been involved in coercion during his campaign, in the wake of allegations that Sunday's elections were "perhaps the biggest operation of vote-buying and coercion in the country's history."

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