The Puebla Attorney General’s Office confirmed the assassination of José Efraín García, the mayor of Tlanepantla, backed by the Labor Party, who was shot on the San Pablo Actipan-Tepeaca highway.
Deputies paid tribute to murdered Green Party candidate for local deputy in Michoacán. Maribel Barajas… Female lawmakers complained about lack of security in the race.
PRI presidential candidate José Antonio Meade called on campesino PRI supporters in Ixtapaluca to back his campaign to block his rival Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Former first lady and independent presidential candidate Margarita Zavala said it’s old fashioned and populist to freeze fuel prices and increase wages, as proposed by Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
Speaking in Sinaloa, Morena presidential candidate Andrés Manuel López Obrador, said once again that he will change the government’s anti-crime strategy and speak with all players to end massacres and the way youths have been abandoned.
PAN-PRD presidential candidate Ricardo Anaya proposed salary increases and to monitor the increases.
The Federal Electoral Tribunal justified ruling in favor of granting a spot on the ballot for Jaime Rodríguez saying it acted legally.
INE councilors defended their work in verifying the signatures gathered by Jaime Rodríguez and demanded prudence from Federal Electoral Tribunal justices… They said the justices are not above them, as they are making people believe.
The special anti-election crimes prosecutors’ office said it has yet to begin the investigation into accusations about Jaime Rodríguez’s alleged fake signature gathering.
The speaker of the Quintana Roo Congress Eduardo Martínez said former governor Roberto Borge will not post bail paying 85 million pesos as has been unofficially reported.
The Nayarit Attorney General’s Office seized the San Blas “The Dream” ranch in San Blas belonging to former governor Roberto Sandoval, accused of illicit enrichment.
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The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency announced a 20-million dollar reward for information leading to arrest of drug trafficker Rafael Caro Quintero.
The dollar sold for 18.55 pesos per dollar and the minimum buying rate was 17.00 pesos per dollar in banks in Mexico City