Mexico: Continuing coverage
Check the utterly essential Charles for continuing coverage of Mexico's attempt to remain a democracy, and their home-grown winger's resistance to it. For example:
There are two new films of irregularities:
One 23 minute film shows how in District 3 of Tabasco, centered in Comalcalco, they removed the seals on the building and opened the booth in which the ballot packages were stored. The information requested (by the district president?) was not in the ballot packages.
The second video was from Zacapoaxtla, Puebla, where the initial report was 103 were PRD, 82 were PAN, 12 were PRI, and 92 were blank. In fact, only 10 of the ballots reported a blank were blank and 64 were for the PRD. After the recount, the result was PRD: 167, 95 PAN, 17 PRI.
I hope to have more on this later today, but right now I have to tend to my vegetables.