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Over half polling stations recount electoral votes in Mexico

(Xinhua)

08:08, July 06, 2012

An official of Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) checks the electoral ballots in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, on July 4, 2012. Mexico's electoral authorities said on Wednesday that votes from some 54 percent of the polling stations countrywide were being recounted. (Xinhua/Rodrigo Oropeza)
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