Sunday, July 09, 2006

Mexican Election Blogging

Like most Americans, I haven't spent a lot of time on the Mexican election (though I've paid more attention than I did to the recent Canadian elections, for what it's worth), but there's been some interesting commentary in the wake of the close result. Oscar Chamberlain's discussion of the third party raises interesting questions, particularly in the light of recent overtures to "unity government" building. The most detailed critique of the vote counting agency is solid stuff, but sometimes a graphic really is worth a thousand words.

Update: Avedon Carol (from whom I got most of the above links) has a great roundup of recent commentary.

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