MEXICO ELECTIONS RECOUNT
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Waiting for the Final Count

MEXICO ELECTIONS RECOUNT
Mexican Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) representatives start a ballot by ballot recount Wednesday, July 5, 2006, in Mexico City, Mexico. (EPA)
MEXICO ELECTIONS RECOUNT
The people responsible from the 300 Mexican electoral districts started today the recount of votes to determine the legitimate winner of Sunday’s presidential elections. (EPA)
MEXICO ELECTIONS RECOUNT
A Mexican soldier patrols the entrance to the Mexican Federal Electoral Institute (IFE). (EPA)
The president of the Mexican Electoral I
The president of the Mexican Electoral Institute, Luis Carlos Ugalde, addresses the media at the institute’s press room July 4, 2006 in Mexico City. Ugalde explained the next steps of ballot counting after July 2’s general elections. (AFP / Getty Images)
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, of the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), speaks during a news conference at his headquarter’s office in Mexico City, Mexico, Wednesday, July 5, 2006. (AP)
CALDERON ESPINO
Mexican presidential candidate Felipe Calderon of the National Action Party, PAN, left, and the party president, Manuel Espino, wave to photographers prior to a news conference at his party’s headquarters in Mexico City, Mexico on Wednesday July 5, 2006. (AP)
A man walks past a poster of the preside
A man walks past a poster of the presidential candidate of the National Action Party (PAN), Felipe Calderon, hanging outside a PAN’s campaign office in Mexico City, on July 4th, 2006. (AFP / Getty Images)
A man walks by a BMW dealer
A man walks by a BMW dealer in one of Mexico City’s richest neighborhoods, Polanco on Tuesday, July 4, 2006. On the left is a vehicle with the image of Felipe Calderon.. The front lines in the battle over Mexico’s presidency run from the slums ringing Mexico City to the palatial homes of the capital’s richest neighborhoods. (AP)
MEXICO ELECTIONS PROTEST
Supporters of leftist Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador show electoral ballots that were found in a public dump, Tuesday July 4, 2006, during a protest outside Mexico’s Federal Electoral Institute against the still, not-official results, in Mexico City, Mexico. (EPA)
Mexican wrestler
Mexican wrestler and social activist adjusts a cartoon cutout of presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, of the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), during a rally in the historic Zocalo plaza in Mexico City, Mexico, Wednesday, July 5, 2006. The sign says “smile” in Spanish. (AP)
A municipality worker
A municipality worker pulls out a poster of Andres Lopez Obrador of the Revolutionary Democratic Party as she sorts political propaganda into the different parties in Mexico City, on Tuesday, July 4, 2006. The government of Mexico City will charge each political party for the cost of removing their propaganda, which amounts to more than 85 tons worth of posters. (AP)
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